TREND TECHNOLOGIES RECEIVE AWARD OF DISTINCTION FROM NSAI, IQNET

Trend Technologies Managing Director, Donal Lawlor and Director of Corporate Quality, Marie O’Toole were presented with an Award of Distinction by Geraldine Larkin, CEO NSAI and Michael Drechsel, President IQNET at a special ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Airport Hotel, Dublin on June 1st.

Following the presentation, Marie O’Toole, Director of Corporate Quality at Trend Technologies said she was honoured to accept the award on behalf of the company. “As suppliers to the medical, automotive and other markets, we have to comply with stringent customer and regulatory specifications. Products must meet exacting dimensional, functional and cosmetic requirements.”

Above: Geraldine Larkin, CEO NSAI (left) and Michael Drechsel, President IQNET (right) present Donal Lawlor, Managing Director and Marie O’Toole, Director of Corporate Quality at Trend Technologies with an Award of Distinction.

“In addition to being certified to IS0 9001 for Quality Management Systems, we are certified to ISO 14001 for Environmental Management, ISO 13485 for Medical Devices, and recently attained certification to ISOTS 16949 for Automotive Quality Management”

“We operate a zero-defect philosophy and are delighted to have our quality management systems recognised today.”

Organisations across a range of business sectors were presented with an NSAI Award of Distinction for achieving and maintaining certification to key international business standards over two decades.

NSAI Chief Executive Geraldine Larkin congratulated all of the firms on their achievement and said their respective success was a clear testament to the importance of international certification, which is underpinned by standards.

“Achieving certification takes hard work and dedication. It can only occur when a team of smart, competent, dedicated people work together, but it also takes great leadership and a team effort,” said Ms Larkin.

Trend Technologies manufactures precision injection moulded components and sub-assemblies for the medical device, automotive and other sectors and employees 190 people at a state of the art facility in Mullingar, Ireland.