Quinn Lite Pac has received an Award of Distinction from the National Standards Authority of Ireland and the International Certification Network, IQNet. The business a leading manufacturing company of expanded polystyrene or EPS. Quinn Lite Pac has been recognised by the two organisations at an event that was held in Dublin.
The EPS manufacturer has been recognised alongside a few other Irish organisations with an IQNet/Nsai Award. The awards were presented to the organisations by Mr. Michael Drechsel, the President of IQNet and Ms. Geraldine Larkin, the CEO of the National Standards Authority of Ireland. The National Standards Authority is one of the longest ISO9001 certified groups in Ireland.
The ISO9001 is a recognised standard of excellence for the implementation of Quality Management Systems. Quinn Lite Pac has been certified with this standard for the past 27 years, the company first received the certification in 1990. The business has been manufacturing EPS insulation for more than 40 years and has been established since 1975. In 1994 the company became part of a larger group, names Quinn Building Products.
Also at the Awards Ceremony was Pat Breen TD, the minister for employment and Small Business and Paul Lynam who is from the British and Irish Chamber of Commerce. It is a real credit to Quinn Lite Pac that they have been operating for so long at such a high quality, and to receive the Award of Distinction is another accolade for the company. Hopefully they will continue to work at such an excellent standard for many years to come. The manufacturing company has managed to achieve this award by consistently developing and raising their standards of quality and constantly ensure that excellence is shown throughout their practices.
This award has been given at an important time for the industry where EPS insulation has experienced a significant increase in demand. A number of cutting edge building systems looking to build through low energy practices have adopted EPS in order to meet the demand for fast construction techniques. EPS insulation is also seen as more cost effective than PIR insulation, and are starting to use EPS more.