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In the full quality assurance conformity route the Company has chosen, the EU Active Implantable Medical Device Directive requires an evaluation of the Company's Quality Management System as a prerequisite to obtaining CE Mark.
The acquisition will add three facilities with advanced warehousing management systems, full quality assurance services, and an experienced workforce to UPS's existing European healthcare network, now totaling 14 healthcare facilities.
All sampling, sample preparation and analysis will be accompanied with full Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QAQC) programmes in place.
Additionally, our fully equipped quality control laboratories and full quality assurance staff manages component inspection control, documentation control, in-process inspection testing, all of which ensure start to finish the highest quality raw materials are used to make the highest quality products.
The Full Quality Assurance certificate issued by the British Standards Institute (BSI) provides Suros with the ability to use the CE Mark and sell its minimally invasive breast biopsy system and biopsy marker system in any of the 28 countries in the European Community and other countries who recognize the CE Mark.
He said the Dutch veal industry was a heavily specialised sector, with full quality assurance and stringent control from feed through to slaughter.
investment in a new factory, equipped to the highest standards, has secured full quality assurance from HACCP and EFSIS approval.
in addition to more than a 100 years of management team experience, PED supports full quality assurance, engineering, and drafting departments to assist in the design and implementation of new castings.