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IPS successfully re-accredited under the updated ISO9001 Accreditation

Posted by Liam Morgan on 17-07-2018

IPS Ceramics has just successfully been re-accredited under the updated ISO9001: 2015 standard for quality management systems. ISO9001 has its roots in BS5750 which was first published in 1987, updated in 1994, again in 2000 and in 2008. The current version was published in September of 2015 and certification to the old 2008 version will cease to be valid once the transition period ends in September 2018. ISO9001 is based on the plan-do-check-act methodology and provides a process-oriented approach to…

Production Planner Dave Street celebrates 40 years of service IPS Ceramics

Production Planner Dave Street celebrates 40 years of service

Posted by Liam Morgan on 05-07-2018

IPS Ceramics has great pleasure in congratulating Production Planner, Dave Street, on his recent completion of 40 years of service. Speaking about reaching this significant milestone in his career, Dave said: “I am thrilled to be celebrating 40 years of service. Since starting work in 1978 I have really enjoyed working in the ceramics industry and I am looking forward to more successful years working with IPS Ceramics” Sukhjinder Singh, Managing Director, said “Dave has been a credit to the…

Powdermet 2018

PM in the Lone Star State

Posted by Liam Morgan on 14-05-2018

Next month IPS Ceramics USA will participate in the exhibit section of POWDERMET 2018, the largest annual North American showcase devoted exclusively to powder metallurgy, particulate materials and metal additive manufacturing. This event takes place alongside the major conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, San Antonio, Texas. The conference runs 17-19 June, while the exhibition is open 18-19 June. With over 100 booths, this international exhibition will present leading companies featuring the latest PM equipment, powders, products and services. IPS…

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IPS Ceramics donates to Haywood Foundation

Posted by Liam Morgan on 14-05-2018

IPS Ceramics have continued the dress-down Friday "tradition" at its UK headquarters with employees donating a £1 every Friday, which is going towards a designated charity. Since we have started this tradition, IPS employees have raised just over £300 and have so far donated to the Guide dogs for the blind charity. Our next charity donation will be to the Haywood Foundation, that specialise in providing support for arthritis and related conditions in the local community. The charity was chosen by Dave…

Safety Comes First at IPS Ceramics! IPS Ceramics

Safety Comes First at IPS Ceramics!

Posted by Liam Morgan on 04-05-2018

Employees at the IPS Ceramics UK head office have recently completed a manual handling training course as part of the company's on-going Health & Safety programme. The on-line course was arranged and managed by Graydon harris, IPS H&S Co-ordinator. Graydon explained “The course gives everyone the knowledge of how to safely lift and move products and other objects at work. The course also gave essential information to protect staff from musculoskeletal injuries”.  Teams from the office, warehouse and sales areas completed…

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IPS Ceramics USA contribute to YMCA of Greater Charlotte event

Posted by Liam Morgan on 08-03-2018

IPS Ceramics USA have contributed to a fantastic cause in Greater Charlotte For YMCA. [gallery columns="2" ids="2703,2704"] The event was organised to raise money for Lake Norman YMCA charities, and the team at YMCA Greater Charlotte all dressed up, with the team leader Michelle dressing up as Mary Poppins (her nickname given from the children at YMCA). The YMCA team ran into the freezing cold water at Lake Norman to raise money for the charity. In total the event raised…