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Mogul qualifies for four more ISO certificates



Published May 27, 2014
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Turkey-based nonwoven fabrics producer Mogul has been certified for standards granted by UDEM, the official certification body, accredited by JAS-ANZ.

Mogul has received: 1) ISO 14001-2004 Certificate for Environmental Management Standard (EMS); 2) OHSAS-18001 Certificate for (OHSAS) Occupational health and safety management systems (OHSMS); 3) ISO 13485 2003 Certificate for medical devices, quality management systems, requirements for regulatory purposes; and 4) ISO 22716-2007 Certificate for (GMP - Good Manufacturing Practices) in Cosmetics Good Manufacturing Practices. GMP is one of the pillars of the new European regulations for cosmetics.

Serkan Gogus, CEO at Mogul Tekstil says, “We believe that in addition to our ISO-9001 quality management system that is in place since 2006, these certifications are proactive and not only anticipate the demands of our customers, but also demonstrates our commitment to providing quality products and services to all our customers.”

Mogul is involved in production and sale of nonwovens. The company's product range includes spunlace, PP spunbond nonwovens, Pet spunbond nonwovens, meltblown nonwovens, coated/laminated fabrics and converted products made from nonwovens and composites. It exports the majority of its capacity to more than 40 countries.