Dutch manufacturer Cramm Yachting Systems has announced that their quality management system has been approved by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance for ISO 9001:2008. In 2014 the company started the procedure to obtain Lloyds’s approval, with the certification coming through in January 2015.
Cramm claimed, “The ISO 9001:2008 certification is a clear demonstration of the company’s ability to consistently provide products that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, and that the company also aims to include processes for the continual improvement of their quality system. Employees are very proud to have received this certification and believe it is a real testament to their commitment to achieving both product quality and excellence in working practice.”
The quality management system is applicable to the design, development, construction, service and after sales service of their hydraulic and electrical equipment produced for the yachting industry.
By investing in this ISO 9001:2008 certification Cramm Yachting Systems claimed it can now guarantee the quality of their products and services, and exceed the expectations of the yachting industry and its clients.
Cramm also commented, “Over the years we have worked on hundreds of significant vessels building a reputation as the world leader in the construction of superyacht hydraulic systems. We are the turnkey supplier of choice for all leading shipyards with the company’s strength built upon their three main qualities: guaranteed quality, future-thinking design and project-wide partnerships.”
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