SANYO Receives State of Indiana Quality Improvement Award
October 27, 1998 Richmond, Indiana
SANYO-Verbatim CD Company has been given a 1998 State of Indiana Quality Improvement Award by Indiana Lieutenant Governor Joseph E. Kernan.
The award recognizes companies that have achieved measurable progress in improving quality, for instance by being certified by the ISO or QS measurements of quality standards. Earlier this year, SANYO-Verbatim earned ISO 9002 certification for the manufacture and distribution of audio CDs and CD-ROMs, as well as for the pre-mastering of compact disc program content.
“This honor reflects the dedication of all our employees to pursuing the highest standards,” said SANYO-Verbatim President/CEO Tom Ryan. “It is gratifying when others recognize, as we do, that ‘Total Quality Commitment’ is more than a slogan – it’s a reality.”
Lt. Gov. Kernan has called the award-winning organizations “fine examples of what can be accomplished with a dedication to excellence.” Presentation was made October 26 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
To obtain further information on this news release, contact Ross Josephson, sales and marketing manager.