Asia Pacific Yarn Awarded Three ISO certifications
Pangkalan Kerinci, 10 February 2021 – Asia Pacific Yarn (APY) is delighted to have been awarded International Standard Organization (ISO), Integrated Management System (IMS) Certification for 9001:2015 (Quality Management System), 14001:2015 (Environmental Management System), and 45001:2018 (Occupational Health & Safety Management System) certification.
The extensive management system audits were conducted onsite from 17 – 20 January 2022 by PT SGS Indonesia, an independent certification body.
These internationally recognized standards ensure our business and services meet the needs of customers through an effective integrated management system.
APY’s decision to add ISO certification to existing PEFC™ Chain-of-Custody, USDA Bio-based and OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certifications demonstrates commitment to continual improvement of our businesses and services.
“Achieving ISO certification means our customers have complete assurance that our products operate to the highest standard. This is an important milestone for APY and it proves our commitment in providing the best possible service to our customers and partners,” said Kumar Chandra Bhushan, Head of Operations APY.
As a fully integrated viscose staple fiber yarn manufacturer, located alongside Asia Pacific Rayon (APR), APY is committed to being a leading producer of viscose rayon yarn with the principles of sustainability, transparency and efficiency in operations, serving the interests of society and the country, and providing value to customers.
About Asia Pacific Yarn
Asia Pacific Yarn is a fully integrated viscose rayon yarn producer. Located in Pangkalan Kerinci, in Riau province, Sumatra, it has a production capacity of 21 tons per day. APY applies the latest production technology to produce high quality rayon yarn to meet the needs of the textile industry. It is committed to being a leading producer of viscose rayon yarn with the principles of sustainability, transparency and efficiency in operations, serving the interests of society and the country, and providing value to customers.
Head of Corporate Communications, Asia Pacific Rayon
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