Dubai based exhibition stand design and fabrication company, Strokes Exhibits LLC has successfully achieved one more mile stone as an industry leader by attaining ISO 9001:2008 certification to ensure stand quality.
The assessment was directed by the UAE versatile ISO certification body, BAS (Bureau of Assessment Services) and validated Strokes Exhibits LLC is highly committed to provide quality stand designing and fabrication services.
ISO 9001 certification was introduced in late 1980s to ensure, they are delivering same quality which they committed with their customers and what quality management system they have to ensure the consistent quality and what are the measures they are taking to have continuous improvement for their higher customer satisfaction and performance. ISO 9001 companies are committed for the continuous improvement and assessed on annual basis by BAS to ensure quality and performance maintenance.
Strokes Exhibits LLC has proved that it is having highly reliable stand design and fabrication services with the controlled process to ensure minimum costs for the exhibition customers. Click here to see, what our customers are talking about us.
Strokes Exhibits LLC CEO, Mr. Gilson Manuel said, “We are pleased to have an ISO 9001:2008 certification as it represents our quality and customer satisfaction commitment to our valuable customers. Most of the customers don’t have an idea of supplier’s back-office activities and their quality standards. But ISO certification is a bench mark of quality solutions which we are offering from presenting designs to dismantling of stands.”
The major benefits of ISO 9001 certification standards include:
Our key to success is our high quality 24/7 customer service, practical innovative stand designs and having consistency in meeting our customers’ requirements and expectations. That is the basic reason of having major repeat business through the loyal customers which allow us to have better relationship with our customers to achieve in-depth understanding of their expectations and requirements.