You’ve put a lot of hard work into your vision, and you are dedicated to creating a superior end-result. You shouldn’t have to be afraid of a low-quality end-result or faulty components. Testing is the only way to guarantee the quality and durability of your products. When considering the safety of your product you should consider what types of testing are necessary. For instance, pressure testing ensures a product’s safety, compliance, and efficiency.
Testing saves you time and resources, and it is a necessary building block toward the successful launch of a product. Another type of testing you might want to consider is calibration. Calibration laboratories and testing centers help to provide these services. CME specializes in pressure calibration services. With an A2LA accredited ISO 17025 Calibration Lab, we have the tools to ensure success across a variety of situations, and we can adapt to your needs.
CME also provides certificates of compliance to customers who require one, building your reputation and helping you fulfill more orders. CME offers a comprehensive list of equipment serviced on our website. As a part of our commitment to customer success, we also offer a free calibration after four pieces are calibrated.
Choosing a supplier that lacks quality may jeopardize your business, job security, and/or ability to fulfill deliveries of products to customers. After all of your hard work, failure should not be defined by others – so who do you trust?
With so many choices, a difficulty arises. Who do you conduct business with?
Certifications are tools that allow for transparency between you and a supplier. Certifications help to support a supplier's claims that they provide efficient, trustworthy work, leading to eventful outcomes for customers and vendors.
Certifications demonstrate a dedication to quality and a willingness to work among and towards principles. They mitigate risk by offering a track record for a company before investment is even called upon. Picturing workplaces with the resolve to consistently present products to a high level of quality, in addition to standing by the company’s and the customer’s values, allows for better economic security.
Offering good quality and an affable relationship, certifications also reinforce a commitment to continual support. Quality commitment is symbolic of a business’s concern for their customers.
In turn, this is indicative of continual improvement in management, production, sales and employment . Dedication not only to withhold, yet to exceed customer expectations. CME is registered with and certified in ISO-9001 by NSF, and has held the ISO certification for years.
As a customer, you care deeply how a business is going to perform for you, not for others.
The standards for which certification agencies have established are better meters for personal experience than anecdotes.
Why not use a system that offers this expertise to you?
Certifications are the sensible method to eliminate risk to your business and its products.
CME holds multiple certifications in quality, precision, and calibration which are on display throughout our website, which contains further information available about our resolve toward
If you’re looking for a timely, professional grade solution that will bolster your reputation, look to a company whose commitment to seeing customer success has sustained it for decades.
 “ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems – Requirements” ISO Online Browsing Platform (https://bit.ly/1MZTfHO)
 Levine, David I. and Toffel, Michael W. (August 18, 2008) “Quality Management and Job Quality: How the ISO 9001 Standard… Affects Employees and Employers” UC Berkeley and Harvard Business School
Figure 1. Florida Companies to Watch winners gathered together on stage at the GrowFL awards ceremony
Pinellas Park, FL – March 18, 2019 – Custom Manufacturing and Engineering, a worldwide leader known for its electronic/electrical assembly, wire harness assembly, custom control/display panels, power supply assembly, special test equipment, encapsulation/potting services, and other expertise, has been named a Winner of the 8th Annual Florida Companies to Watch. The awards ceremony took place on Saturday, February 9 at the David A. Straz Jr. Center of the Performing Arts. With more than 300 attendees, awards were presented to the Top 50 Second Stage Companies in the state of Florida.
Figure 2. CME CEO Dr. Nancy Crews and the founder of GrowFL
GrowFL is driven by one goal – to cultivate scalable second-stage growth companies across the state. Second-stage companies are the backbone of Florida’s economy and the definition of economic growth and prosperity. Second-stage companies are between $1 million and $50 million in revenue, with 10-99 employees. As the only statewide organization focused exclusively on second-stage and emerging second-stage growth companies, GrowFL’s philosophy is to identify, serve and celebrate these companies that have the best potential to contribute to Florida’s economy.
Figure 3. CME employees gathered together at the GrowFL awards ceremony
Companies were evaluated on community involvement, financial success, and ethical business practices. In a competitive category with over 500 applicants, Custom Manufacturing and Engineering was honored to receive the 8th Annual Florida Companies to Watch Awards. Dr. Nancy Crews, President and CEO of Custom Manufacturing and Engineering, received the award on stage and when asked how to inspire future entrepreneurs and said, “Utilize support organizations along the way and grow your network as wide as you can.”
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