Cambridge Engineered Solutions (CES) is pleased to be the first metal belt manufacturer in the world to receive the Islamic Services of America’s (I.S.A.) Halal certification.
By incorporating the Halal compliance system into manufacturing processes, Cambridge qualified the belts, as well as the process, to the I.S.A.’s stringent standards. I.S.A. reviewed Cambridge’s production and materials at the company’s headquarters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and once determined compliant, I.S.A. visited the Cambridge Engineered Solutions headquarters in Cambridge, Maryland, for a full-inspection of the manufacturing facilities.
This onsite inspection verified that CES operations also met Halal standards. “I was really impressed to learn that Cambridge had manufactured for Thomas Edison and has maintained a 100-year history of quality and innovation,” said Paul Habhab, Managing Director of I.S.A., “but equally impressive was their diligent intent to meet I.S.A. Halal certification in accordance with international Halal standards.”
Cambridge Engineered Solutions makes every effort to demonstrate its dedication to customer’s needs, including the global Halal market.
“At Cambridge, we are continually looking at ways to serve and support our customers,” says H.J. “Sco” Scofield, Market Sales Manager for CES. “We believe this certification shows our 100 per cent commitment to all Halal processors around the world.”
For a century, Cambridge has been at the forefront of the automation of processes worldwide. Go in to almost any plant in the world and Cambridge has left its mark. The CES team provides line evaluations, installation assistance, troubleshooting, rush manufacturing and delivery.
For more information visit www.cambridge-es.com.
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