CTM Magnetics Receives ISO 9001:2015 Certification

February 8, 2017



CTM Magnetics has been certified under ISO 9001:2015. This certification verifies that CTM is aware of and complies with the requirements recognized to produce quality products.

CTM Magnetics is a design, engineering and manufacturing firm that produces three phase inductors (reactors) and filters for the line side and load side of AC motor drives with capacities up to 3,000 Amperes.

What Is ISO 9001?

The International Organization for Standards (ISO), formed in 1947, is a network of standards-creating organizations from more than 160 countries. Their ISO 9000 family of standards focuses on quality management: how such standards should be designed; how managed; it identifies seven quality management principles; and, provides guidance and criteria that explain how companies can achieve certification.

ISO 9001:2015 Certification Is Important to CTM

Becoming certified verifies that CTM is committed to an ongoing quality management system based on best practices. That commitment is evidenced by newly established procedures and business processes that maintain a strong customer focus; that continually improve business operations throughout the organization to meet or exceed our customer requirements.


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