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Re: Future ISO 9001 Variations: "Lighter" and "Higher Level" Versions?

It is now 2018 - What do you see as the future of ISO 9001?

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Re: Future ISO 9001 Variations: "Lighter" and "Higher Level" Versions?

My own opinion is they should break it into two standards. One for producers and one for service providers. I think they have tried to make it too generic and simply caused confusion.

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