Kaygee Loparex India, a manufacturer of silicone coated release liner products, has been awarded IMS certification for demonstrating its commitment to quality, environment, and occupational health and safety management systems. This certification has been awarded to the company's manufacturing facility at Silvassa and its head-office in Mumbai.
Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA), the global certification body, presented the IMS certification to Mahesh Divate, senior general manager – marketing, and Ravindra Yawkar, general manager – plant, who represented Kaygee Loparex management. The IMS certification award covers three essential management systems standards. The first, ISO 9001:2008 for Quality Management System (QMS), assures that quality management processes at Kaygee Loparex meet customer needs for excellence. Second, ISO 14001:2004 for Environmental Management System (EMS) shows commitment of its process to continually monitor and improve environmental performance. Finally, OHSAS18001:2007 for Occupational Health & Safety Management System demonstrates importance of health and safety of all people involved in its operations.
"We are proud to have been awarded this certification for our integrated management systems. At Kaygee Loparex, we place a high priority on excellence in customer satisfaction and our operations, including environment, health and safety. This certification is one more step in asserting Kaygee Loparex’s long-term commitment to delivering superior, consistent products expected by our customers in a safe and environment friendly manner," says Manish Jain, CEO for Kaygee Loparex India.
Michael Werner, executive vice president, global sales and marketing for Loparex, adds, “Our global customers demand only the highest quality release liner products. The quality, environmental and safety systems and culture that we have achieved in all Loparex manufacturing sites around the world ensure we meet those expectations. Congratulations to the Kaygee Loparex team for the award of the IMS certification."