Anvil International Obtains Grooved Products ISO Certification

Aug. 25, 2009

Anvil International’s manufacturing facility in Columbia, Pa., and the Anvil Research & Development Center in Smithfield, R.I., have received ISO-9001:2008 Certification. 

Anvil International, one of the largest fitting manufacturers, is a subsidiary of Mueller Water Products, Inc.

ISO-9001:2008 is an international standard confirming companies have established and maintained a uniform quality management system to better meet the needs of their customers. 

“As the world’s leading fitting manufacturer, we are always pushing the bar to raise the quality of our products and the level of customer satisfaction,” said Joe Radzik, Anvil International’s vice president of research and development. “It gives our customers tangible proof of our efforts on their behalf and underscores the value of our grooved products.”

“In the current global economy, the ability to purchase products and conduct business with confidence is critical,” said Tom Fish, president of Anvil International. “We pursued certification to make Anvil our customers’ easy ‘go-to’ source and cements our shared commitment to excellence today and in the future.”

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