Hayata Receives ABS Type Approval

Friday, June 10, 2011
Hayata, LTD., manufacturers of high-quality, stainless steel cable ties and banding, has been granted Type Approval status for their products by ABS.  This certification states that ABS did visit the facilities in order to carry out a survey of the plant as well as associated quality procedures.  The facility is considered capable of manufacturing a product which meets the designated standards subject to annual facility surveys by ABS.  “We were very excited to have ABS come to our Dallas Facility and give us this certification which represents a great deal of work by our team”, said Tom Crouch, founder and President of Hayata.  “The high-quality of the products we manufacture and deliver is a direct result of the business practices we put in place on day one, and the constant monitoring of those practices.”  Hayata has received certificate #HS1971112. 
 
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