NOTIFICATION: The Technology Channels will soon be discontinued.
Click here to download complimentary copies of Fastmarkets RISI’s pulp and paper newsletters.

 

Burrows Paper receives ISO certification of its Lyonsdale paper mill and Little Falls HQ in NY

Read so far

Burrows Paper receives ISO certification of its Lyonsdale paper mill and Little Falls HQ in NY

February 07, 2011 - 00:30
Posted in:

LITTLE FALLS, NY, Feb. 7, 2011 (Press Release) -Burrows Paper Corporation continued its long history of quality manufacturing with the recent ISO9001: 2008 certification of its Lyonsdale paper mill and Little Falls headquarters offices.

Certification acknowledges Burrows, a world leader in light weight paper and packaging, as achieving the standards for quality and efficiency set by the International Organization for Standardization. ISO certification confirms that the manufacturing process is consistent and there are systems in place for continuous improvement, guaranteeing customers the highest-quality product.

Mike Lengvarsky, President and Chief Operating Officer, said this certification reflects Burrows' commitment to meeting and exceeding the expectations of its customers. "We understand that our customers have unique needs and rely on our superior paper to produce an exceptional final product," Lengvarsky said. "Our customers can be certain that we manufacture with the utmost attention to detail. Our Quality Management System incorporates best practices within our industry and is focused on proactive measures to meet quality requirements, ensuring consistency of product."

Burrows received the certifications following a rigorous audit of the design, development, and manufacturing processes of its paper. The company expects to complete ISO certification at all of its paper mills by 2015.

"Commitment to quality throughout the company is a priority," Lengvarsky said. "As Burrows continues to expand its reach globally, the engagement of our employees in making enhancements to our quality system represents our promise to continue implementing these ever-important standards that serve as an international benchmark."