Tailored Label Products Adds Suwanee, GA Plant to its ISO 9001Certification

TLP ISO 9001 Certificate

TLP ISO 9001 Certificate

SUWANEE, Georgia, November 12th, 2016 – Durable label and die-cut adhesive manufacturer Tailor Label Products announced today that the company’s Suwanee, GA plant has now achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification. This demonstrates TLP’s ongoing commitment to providing customers with exceptional levels of quality products and services. TLP had originally secured ISO 9001 certification for its Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin plant in 2003.

ISO 9001:2008 certification confirms that TLP’s Atlanta facility has met all the ISO standards and requirements for the company’s Quality Management System.

Jeff Kerlin, President & CEO, remarked  “Obtaining ISO certification is a rigorous process that requires months of preparation, reviews and audits. Achieving high levels of customer satisfaction and establishing processes for continuous improvement are important components of the ISO 9001:2008 certification process and align with the TLP’s commitment to excellence in the delivery of products and services.

“A great effort was put forth by our quality department and team at TLP Atlanta to earn the proud distinction of ISO 9001:2008 certification. We will continue to improve upon the delivery of label products and services to our customers in the southeastern United States as we seek to exceed customer requirements and expectations”, noted Kerlin.

About ISO 9001:2008
The ISO 9001:2008 quality management standard was developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and establishes an effective quality management program for manufacturing and service companies.

About Tailored Label Products (TLP) 
Tailored Label Products, Inc. (TLP) is a custom manufacturer of high-performance labels, tags, and die-cut adhesives. TLP provides custom engineered adhesive and label solutions for the electronics, automotive, aerospace, industrial, biomedical, medical equipment, hydraulic fluid and power industries. For more information, contact TLP at 800.727.1344 or visit www.tailoredlabel.com.

Press Contact: 
Larry Harvey
262.345.6404
lharvey@tailoredlabel.com
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Labeling for Small Business and Boutique Manufacturing Facilities

As anyone knows from reading up on today’s American economy, small businesses – in particular small- to mid-sized manufacturers – constitute a whopping 50% of all private sector workers, comprise 97% of all American exporters, and contribute a staggering number, trillions, of dollars to the overall GDP of the United States. Among the foremost of these small-business job incubators and profit generators are manufacturing facilities, located the width and breadth of America’s territory. In honor of the hard-working men and women in the manufacturing sector who are spearheading America’s (eventual but inevitable) comeback from out of worldwide recession, we at Tailored Label Products wanted to salute the greatest workforce on the planet by demonstrating what we can contribute – in terms of labeling – to their continued success.

So… what exactly can we bring to your small business in terms of labeling? For starters, we are longstanding experts in the fine art of digital prototyping. Being a mid-sized, successful business ourselves, our engineers, press operators, and company staff understand that the process of researching, designing, and testing out the “right” labeling can be a time-consuming, even frustrating process. We, 100%, “get” the struggle for detail-oriented perfectionism and precision that is the hallmark of successful small businesses – and we’re more than willing to produce short-order runs of both prototypes and products, which allows for a company to “test-drive” their label and see if it meets the “right fit, form, and function” for their specific purposes before they invest too heavily in production.

Though others might neglect or not take seriously the needs of small businesses, don’t count us among their number! Our ISO 9001:2008 certified designers, engineers, and press operators are on perpetual standby to ensure your company gets the label performance it needs – howsoever sophisticated the requirements – and in the timeframe that’s required. Take a look at our website or call us today to see how we can support your small business or manufacturing facility.

Prototype Runs: Getting It Right before Making It Public

There comes a moment when any business, whether it’s commercial or industrial, whether it’s a mom-and-pop or a Fortune 500, needs to “test-run” their product before they bring it out into the spotlight. Not to mention any names, but we can think of more than a few products through the years right off the tops of our heads – cars, clothing lines, baseball teams, Apple Maps – that could have used a few extra pointers before being thrown to the wolves of the mainstream market. With the world market being as competitive as it is, and with “first-glance” critical reception more important than ever in “making or breaking” a product’s chances of success, there’s an ever-growing need for prototyping.

Prototyping your product lets you test the waters nice and thoroughly before diving on in. After all, designing and producing a successful product – particularly one that’s intended for long production runs – is kind of the manufacturer’s equivalent of leaping off the high-dive board at the Olympics – you’d better have some training in your bones if you want to avoid that triple back-flip belly-flop…

At Tailored Labeled Products, we have extensive experience developing prototype labels for clients both large and boutique. Our staff of professional designers and engineers work alongside you to insure that whatever label you make for whichever application, your product will be thoroughly and thoughtfully brought to fruition before it sees the light of day – and a long production run. In short, we here at TLP are ready to put your application through the wringer! We view it as a fun, collaborative process in engineering the right sort of label – both technologically-speaking and design-wise. We look forward to hearing from you directly about your latest, greatest idea. Let’s make it happen!

Our Company’s Awards and Certifications

There’s talk in the wind these days about an upswing in American manufacturing. While the economy has been slip-sliding back and forth between recovery and recession for many months now, a solid piece of good news has been in American factory output and employment figures. Orders are, by and large, picking up in most industries. Part of this trend can be attributed to American companies “in-sourcing” manufacturing jobs back to the States from abroad, on account of supply chains becoming too lengthy, and – to be sure – the overall superior quality and craftsmanship that are still available only in a place like North America.

Here in Wisconsin, where our export economy is fueled primarily by agriculture and manufactured goods, we can safely state that we at TLP are at the forefront and helm of this manufacturing resurgence, and that is has everything to do with the quality we bring to the table, whatever the assignment requested. Our list of awards is extensive, to say the least: we’ve been listed as one of the “Best Places to Work in Southeastern Wisconsin” by both Milwaukee Magazine and the Management Resource Association. We’ve been awarded the Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year. To cap it all off, we were designated no less than “The Best Workplace in the Americas” from the Printing Industries of America / Graphic Arts Technical Foundation.

But beyond our ribbons and medals, there comes the sheer extensiveness of our certifications. We proudly carry ISO-9001 and TS16949 certifications that reflect our ability to engineer and manufacture any form of custom-made UL label, CSA label, warning label, digital label, or die-cut adhesive application you might care to name. As the century progresses, we look forward to continuing our work in cutting-edge arenas such as automotive, aerospace, appliances, and power plants; as well as introducing ourselves and our high standards to other industries. Even as the overall American and global economy totters towards an eventual recovery, our company is roaring ahead into a promising future.

Our Company’s Awards and Certifications

There’s talk in the wind these days about an upswing in American manufacturing. While the economy has been slip-sliding back and forth between recovery and recession for many months now, a solid piece of good news has been in American factory output and employment figures. Orders are, by and large, picking up in most industries. Part of this trend can be attributed to American companies “in-sourcing” manufacturing jobs back to the States from abroad, on account of supply chains becoming too lengthy, and – to be sure – the overall superior quality and craftsmanship that are still available only in a place like North America.

Here in Wisconsin, where our export economy is fueled primarily by agriculture and manufactured goods, we can safely state that we at TLP are at the forefront and helm of this manufacturing resurgence, and that is has everything to do with the quality we bring to the table, whatever the assignment requested. Our list of awards is extensive, to say the least: we’ve been listed as one of the “Best Places to Work in Southeastern Wisconsin” by both Milwaukee Magazine and the Management Resource Association. We’ve been awarded the Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year. To cap it all off, we were designated no less than “The Best Workplace in the Americas” from the Printing Industries of America / Graphic Arts Technical Foundation.

But beyond our ribbons and medals, there comes the sheer extensiveness of our certifications. We proudly carry ISO-9001 and TS16949 certifications that reflect our ability to engineer and manufacture any form of custom-made UL label, CSA label, warning label, digital label, or die-cut adhesive application you might care to name. As the century progresses, we look forward to continuing our work in cutting-edge arenas such as automotive, aerospace, appliances, and power plants; as well as introducing ourselves and our high standards to other industries. Even as the overall American and global economy totters towards an eventual recovery, our company is roaring ahead into a promising future.