EXOSECT SECURES ISO 9001 APPROVAL FROM LLOYD’S REGISTER QUALITY ASSURANCE

Exosect, the innovative provider of Intelligent Pest Management solutions, has received ISO 9001 certification from Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance Ltd (LRQA). The approval from the international certification body confirms Exosect’s quality management system meets the requirements of the ISO standard.

Exosect’s innovative products help growers, food manufacturers and processors to actively reduce their use of pesticides. These products are used globally in a wide range of sectors including crop protection (agriculture, horticulture and stored products), apiculture, amenity and public health.

The successful approval reinforces Exosect’s commitment to continually improve its services and productivity. Martin Brown, Managing Director at Exosect, says: “Recognition by LRQA is a great achievement that clearly signals to all our customers, employees and investors just how dedicated we are to producing good quality products and services.”

“We will continue to embrace the quality driven principles and aim to secure certification against the environmental management system standard, ISO 14001, within the next 18 months.”

As a result of introducing a comprehensive management system in accordance with ISO 9001, Exosect are reaping the benefits of more efficient business process management and better control of quality variables.
To find out more information about Exosect, please visit http://www.exosect.com.

- Ends -

For further information please contact: Louise Perfect or Hannah Keddie at Grayling, on behalf of Exosect. Tel: 02380 382970 or email: louise.perfect@grayling.com / hannah.keddie@grayling.com

Notes to Editors
Exosect is focused on the development of Intelligent Pest Management solutions. Its innovative and cost-effective products help growers, food manufacturers and processors to actively reduce their use of pesticides. These products are used globally in a wide range of sectors including crop protection (agriculture, horticulture and stored products), apiculture, amenity and public health. Exosect was a SOFHT (Society of Food Hygiene and Technology) award winner in 2008.

About hannah.keddie