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Gandhi Automations Gets ISO 9001:2008 Certificate

Gandhi Automations Gets ISO 9001:2008 Certificate


Gandhi Automations Pvt Ltd has announced that it has received the ISO 9001:2008 certification in accordance with TUV NORD CERT procedures. It is the only Indian company in Entrance Automations to receive this certification. The company chose the respective certification body keeping in mind the reliable auditing procedures that the body practices. It is a matter of pride for India’s No.1 Entrance Automations and Loading Bay Equipment Company to be receiving this certificate from the reputable body.

The certification is applicable to manufacturing, installing and servicing of Gates, Doors & Rolling Shutters, Dock Levelers, Dock Shelters, Boom Barriers, Rolling Shutters, Fire Shutters, Doors and Gates and Access Control Systems.

It was in the year 1996-97, when Mr. Samir Gandhi and Mr. Kartik Gandhi, Company Directors, established ‘Gandhi Automations’ in India. In the span of 16 years, the company rose from scratch to being No. 1 Entrance Automations and Loading Bay Equipment Company. Today, the company has direct presence in 23 cities of the country employing dedicated personnel. Gandhi Automations dream big and its personnel actualize those dreams through sheer hard-work and dedication.

Known for its superior products and extraordinary after sales service, Gandhi Automations is growing in leaps and bounds by each passing year. The Company has added one more feather on its cap by acquiring a 100,000 square feet of land at Bhiwandi where the work of factory building is in process. Growth is the only thing that is consistent in the company.

Gandhi Automations will now adhere to ISO standards, thereby ensuring its clients about the safety and reliability of the products and services offered to them. No other company in the Entrance Automation sector complies with such high safety standards. Gandhi Automations has always believed in improving the efficiency in its operations, and therefore, implementing the ISO standards was the right step in that direction.

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