We are accredited to ISO: 9001:2008, enforcing our commitment to delivering quality in both product and service. We operate a continuous improvement strategy and have recently invested in the most up-to-date sleeving and marking machinery.
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Comments of Audit Report from the External Auditor dated 29.09.2016
"No non-conformances or observations again this year, I am very impressed with the systems Hilltop have in place and the workforce that continues to help the business run and grow".
Update of Audit Report from the External Assessment Body dated 11.11.2013
"It is evident that the high standard demonstrated during previous audits has been maintained. The current procedures work well showing management are fully committed to further develop and improve the Quality Management System, The management review minutes were once again very comprehensive, linking to a power point presentation which includes evaluation of a great deal of data. The current database continues to work well from enquiry through to despatch, and staff demonstrated a high level of competency within their areas of responsibility , actively contributing to all aspects of the company’s business".
We have recently committed ourselves to a Six Sigma Improvement Programme which will enhance and support the measures already instigated as well as highlighting other areas where improvements to our service and quality can further be improved.
At Hilltop Products we are committed to ensuring our products are compliant to REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals) regulations. Regular communication with customers and downstream suppliers ensure that the status of out products are kept up to date, and that requirements are met at all times.
Hilltop Products are also proud to be actively involved in supplying data to the International Material Data System (IMDS) with details of the chemical breakdown of our materials and the accompanying weights posted to individual customer accounts. IMDS is the automotive industry’s joint development between nearly all the major automotive manufacturers, where all materials used for car manufacture are archived and maintained. Only in this way is it possible to meet the obligations placed on car manufacturers, and thus on their suppliers, by national and international standards, laws and regulations. The materials database set-up by the car manufacturers will facilitate the recycling of old cars and long-term have positive impact on the environment. Something we are proud to support.
Steve Hill - Managing Director