The Envelope Works Ltd retains ISO14001 and ISO9001 Quality Standards

The Envelope Works Ltd is proud to have retained both ISO14001 and ISO9001 Quality Standards, having successfully completed its annual external audit process just before Christmas.  Mark Schofield, Operations Director for the company, explained what this achievement means to the company: “I am pleased to announce that The Envelope Works has successfully retained both our … Read more

ISO14001 Environmental Management System Success!

The Envelope Works Ltd, after 6 months of hard work, has successfully gained ISO14001:2004 Environmental Management System standard. Adrian Booth, Operations Manager has been leading the project for The Envelope Works to gain this environmental standard. Adrian commented: ‘The envelope works has always tried to improve the business, through certified standards, quality products and very … Read more

ISO 9001:2008 Accreditation for The Envelope Works Ltd

On the 14th November 2012 The Envelope Works Ltd was awarded the ISO9001:2008 Quality Standard after successfully completing a series of audits conducted by quality assurance specialists BM TRADA Certification Ltd.

The standard is the culmination of months of planning at The Envelope Works, led by Adrian Booth, the company’s Operations Manager, as he explains below:

“For several years now we’ve operated to our own comprehensive internal quality system, which has proved extremely effective in ensuring our production processes are of a consistently high quality, however it was always a goal of ours to ensure the framework was externally recognised through the ISO framework.

It was extremely pleasing to see how little we had adjust to attain the ISO standard and how seamless the process of certification has been.”

In every department of The Envelope Works, whether it is Warehousing and Logistics, Print, Design, Purchasing and Sales & Account Management, the company has endeavoured to systemise every action that plays a part in the production process, placing incredible amounts of focus on even the smallest aspects of the production cycle.

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