SMS Product Services Earns New BSI Certificate

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SMS Product Services is pleased to announce that SMS Product Services has received a re-issue of the ISO9001:2008 Certificate from BSI to reflect the changes to the ‘accreditation logos’ at the bottom of the Certificate. 

Our Quality Management System complies with the requirements of ISO9001:2008 for the following scope:

  • repair and modification of complex electronic assemblies
  • System assembly and configuration to customer specification
  • Repair and refurbishment of desktop equipment
  • Third party vendor management
  • Refurbished Second Party User PBX Systems
  • Warehousing, logistics and distribution
  • WEE - Recovery, Waste Recycling Unit and Certified Disposal

To download the certificate click here: ISO9001:2008 Certificate


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