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Gallas Label & Decal Earns ISO 9001:2008

August 8, 2013

Company works with household cleaning products.

Chicago now has an ISO 9001:2008 certified label printer—Gallas Label & Decal, who recently earned the coveted certification.        

“Our clients count on us for custom labels and decals that adhere to the highest international benchmarks for safety, reliability and quality. This certification is one more initiative that reflects the care, energy and passion we bring fulfilling our commitments to clients,” says Mark Gallas, vice president.

Gallas continues to build their business by reinvesting for growth. This means Gallas upgrades to the most advanced equipment, adopts lean initiatives, implements energy-efficient facility improvements and provides continuous education for employees—which all benefit their clients. Gallas continues to grow through recognition of the company’s ongoing attention to achieving the highest quality benchmarks. 
 
 
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