IDENTCO Mexico Awarded ISO 14001:2015 Certification


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IDENTCO International is pleased to announce that its Monterrey, Mexico operations have been awarded ISO 140001:2015 certification for environmental management systems. One of the world’s most widely used standards, ISO 14001:2015 helps organizations manage their environmental responsibilities in a systematic manner.

"Sustainability and social responsibility are integral to how we do business. We take our environmental responsibilities very seriously," said IDENTCO founder and CEO Scott Lucas. "Achieving ISO 14001:2015 certification in Mexico is a great honor that underscores our organization’s commitment to maintaining the highest global standards."

Currently, IDENTCO Mexico is certified to ISO 9001:2008 for quality management systems and ISO/TS16949:2009 for automotive sector-specific quality management systems, as well as FSC Chain of Custody certification, which verifies that products are handled correctly at every stage of production – from forest to shelf.

About IDENTCO

Headquartered outside Chicago, IDENTCO has been delivering technology-driven, highperformance labeling solutions since 1986. We challenge ourselves to develop innovative solutions that can withstand any number of extremes and meet the strictest performance standards. With ISO-certified manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Mexico and Germany, we have a global presence and local expertise. For more information, visit www.identco.com.

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