At the Keystone Group, steel structural products are manufactured under strict quality control procedures to guarantee customers are being provided with products that meet the highest possible quality standards.
The company are delighted to announce its rigorous quality control system has resulted in it being awarded accreditation from the National Standards Authority of Ireland.
The National Standards Authority of Ireland is Ireland’s official standards body.
The NSAI creates, maintains and promotes accredited certification of products, services and organisations for compliance with recognised standards, from business management systems to product approvals.
It issues certification confirming the quality and safety of goods and services produced and traded in Ireland.
The Keystone Group was independently audited by NSAI inspectors, in order to guarantee we complied with the international standards set by the NSAI.
NSAI Accreditation is an internationally recognised certification, meaning the Keystone Group’s product certification, including its CE Mark for structural steelwork, will remain unaffected when the UK leaves the European Union.
The Keystone Group has enjoyed a strong working relationship with its customers in the Republic of Ireland, for in excess of 25 years and it is confident this will continue long after Brexit.
If you have any questions about the UK’s EU departure might affect Keystone’s product accreditation, feel free to get in touch.
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