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Klein Steel gets nuclear designation

Rochester Business Journal
April 18, 2013

Klein Steel Service Inc. has attained Nuclear Quality Assurance compliance as verified by an independent audit, the company said Thursday.

The compliance means Klein is authorized to supply raw and processed materials, manufactured parts and direct-to-assembly kitted components to companies, such as equipment manufacturers, that are serving the nuclear industry in the United States and other parts of the world.

The specifications are issued by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and recognized globally as a world-class quality standard for nuclear applications.

John Batiste, Klein president and CEO, said the firm’s focus on operational excellence helped it pass the audit. The designation also helps customers, he added.

“It minimizes the inherent risk and increases confidence that the product received meets all specifications and is error-free,” Batiste said in a statement.

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