Segun Oladipupo |
Philip Ojo, Corporate Affairs officer of the Group stated this in a press statement on Monday.
According to him, the three subsidiaries are Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited, SIFAX Shipping Company Limited and SIFAX Nigeria Limited.
The statement said that ISO 9001 is an international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS).
Organizations use the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements
At the formal presentation of the certificates to SIFAX Group, Ope Bashorun, CEO, West Sealand International Security Services Limited, the project consultants, said the high operational standards the companies subscribe to made the ISO audit exercise an interesting one for his team and the road to certification less stressful.
Bashorun was quoted saying, “In the 21st century workplace, standards are becoming a differentiation factor. The competitiveness of the business environment and the need to deliver quality makes them more imperative for any business that has a long-term vision. We are delighted to have worked with you all through the stages and we are convinced the certification will positively impact service delivery.”
Mr Adekunle Oyinloye, Group Managing Director (GMD) of SIFAX Group said the drive of becoming a globally-compliant company and the need to constantly evolve motivated the certification project.
His words, “SIFAX Group is a company that wants to measure up to international quality standards. By this, we are demonstrating to all our customers, regulatory agencies and other stakeholders our resolve to deliver quality service”, he noted.
Oyinloye further assured that the company would maintain the high standards that qualified the subsidiaries for the certification.
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