Modula Awarded ISO Certification for Quality Management

Modula is proud to announce that our Lewiston, Maine, operations have achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification. This certification is awarded by an independent body to those organizations that have passed a rigorous set of tests and evaluations. Modula was recognized specifically for the design, manufacture, installation and service of vertical and horizontal storage systems.

“The ISO 9001 certification is a testament to our consistency in processes, procedures, and responsibilities regarding quality and control objectives,” said Michael Stupca, Director of Operations for Modula. “It also demonstrates that our workforce is focused on quality and continuous improvement, operating in a controlled manner and managing risk.”

Added Modula Chief Executive Officer Antonio Pagano, “It is our corporate mission to always offer top-quality automated storage solutions and consistently excellent service to our clients. This certification proves again how much quality is for us not only a priority, but our core value.” 

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) was founded in 1947 as an independent, non-governmental standard-setting body. The organization brings together various domain experts who share knowledge and develop market-relevant international standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges. 

Certification is handled by third-party bodies. The certification is a formal recognition that an organization’s products and services are high quality and reliable as demonstrated by a close review of its processes and procedures among other things. 

Modula is also seeking ISO certification for its new production facility in Franklin, Ohio. “Over the years, we have kept investing into new manufacturing technology, constantly improving our processes and procedures to meet the highest standards throughout all our production plants all over the world,” Pagano said. “My congratulations to all our American team for receiving this recognition.”