IPC Shanghai Distribution Secures ISO 9001:2008 Certification

IPC Shanghai Distribution Secures ISO 9001:2008 Certification

This marks the first IPC subsidiary to become ISO certified. Combined with IPC's U.S. operation, all IPC-owned sites are now in compliance with the ISO 9001:2008 standard.



IPC Shanghai Distribution Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of IPC Global Solutions, has successfully secured ISO 9001:2008 registration. The certification audit was conducted by Shanghai ICAS and is effective beginning April 10. The certification is effective for three years. This marks the first IPC subsidiary to become ISO certified. Combined with IPC’s U.S. operation, all IPC-owned sites are now in compliance with the ISO 9001:2008 standard.

“We’ve been operating our wholly owned facility in China since 2010 and this year we are celebrating a major accomplishment in ISO 9001:2008 certification” said Mike Kennedy, IPC’s president. “It’s a testament to the maturity and professionalism of the operation we have built and we are proud of the commitment our local staff have made to prioritize quality and the experience of our customers in all they do.”

“ISO is a way of life at IPC,” added Kennedy. “It is the backbone of the customer satisfaction organization we have built. Now extending beyond our headquarters and into our global operations we can deliver on the same commitment to customer satisfaction around the world.”

IPC Global Solutions, headquartered in Taunton, Massachusetts, is a leader in the private label filter and wiper blade business. With a 35-year heritage of supporting the very best names in the aftermarket, IPC says it has built its success on delivering quality and service to customers all around the world. IPC is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company with distribution facilities in Taunton; St. Louis; Los Angeles; Brownsville, Texas; and Shanghai.

You May Also Like

REE Unveils Next-Gen Electric Commercial Vehicle Platform

The new software-driven stripped chassis allows OEMs and fleet owners to upgrade their current platform to a full by-wire chassis, REE said.


REE Automotive Ltd., automotive technology company and provider of full by-wire electric trucks and platforms, revealed the next generation of its P7-S stripped chassis at ACT Expo in Las Vegas. The P7-S is on display for fleets and OEMs in REE’s booth #3723. The class 5 chassis was created in collaboration with a leading delivery fleet, designed to increase delivery efficiencies and improve fleet management, according to REE. Customer delivery of the first next-gen P7-S demo will take place in June 2024.

China Business: US Tariffs and EU Challenges

Harris discusses whether China is becoming a riskier country in which to do business, or to do business with, among other topics.

REE’s P7-C Trucks Approved for MOR-EV Incentive

Massachusetts MOR-EV incentive offers up to $70,000 in savings on REE P7-C electric truck for fleets.

electric truck
Asahi Kasei Announces Future L-I Battery Separator Plant

The lithium-ion battery separator plant will be constructed in Port Colborne, in the Niagara region of Ontario, Canada.

ENNOVI Achieves EcoVadis Platinum Sustainability Rating

Earning the Platinum Medal for the fourth year ranks ENNOVI in the top 1% of companies for sustainability in 2023.


Other Posts

DMA’s SenSen Launches New Speedy Strut CSAs

Speedy Strut Complete Strut Assemblies come with a limited lifetime warranty and use OE grade components for its coil springs and premium-grade bearing strut mounts, DMA said.

DMA’s SenSen Launches NEW Speedy Strut CSAs
Lumileds to Sell Lamps/Accessories Business to First Brands Group

Lumileds’ automotive lamps factories in China, Germany and Poland are included in the acquisition.

TERREPOWER Donates Solar Panels to Brighten Haiti

TERREPOWER’s commitment to donating more than 4,900 solar panels will help ensure that Brighten Haiti can achieve its goal of modernizing Haiti’s education system.

Rematec Updates Floor Plan for Amsterdam 2025

The event will highlight innovation and sustainability in the automotive aftermarket, focusing on connected vehicles and remanufacturing advancements.