CertificationsAugust 1, 2013
Precision metal stamper Wiegel Tool Works, Wood Dale, IL, has been registered to ISO 14001:2004, which specifies the requirements for an environmental-management system. The ISO 14000 family of standards helps organizations minimize their impact on the environment and comply with applicable laws and regulations. Wiegel Tool Works manufactures tight-tolerance terminals, complex lead-frames and busbars for the automotive, appliance, telecom and solar industries.
Metalformer Trans-Matic Manufacturing Co., Holland, MI, has been awarded status as a Michigan Safety and Health Achievement Recognition (MSHARP) participant. In administering the MSHARP program, the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration assesses companies’ workplace conditions, safety culture and safety-management systems. Trans-Matic manufactures deep-drawn metal stampings and assemblies including commercial and residential lock hardware components and automotive ABS brake components.
The DuBois, PA manufacturing plant of Magnet Applications, a subsidiary of Bunting Magnetics Co., Newton, KS, has been registered with the U.S. Dept. of State, Defense Directorate of Trade Control, under rules set forth by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). The plant’s ITAR compliance program also complies with the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement.Metalloid Corp., Sturgis, MI, has been granted Nissan approval for two metalforming lubricants—Addvance 6580, a botanical lube, and Metchem 6620, a synthetic. Nissan approved the lubricants for forming aluminum, galvanized steel and cold-rolled steel. Both products are petroleum-free and manufactured with bio-renewable and bio-sustainable materials.
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