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Sicagen India Limited awarded with prestigious ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Certification

Mumbai, Mar 06 (UNI) Sicagen India Limited, India's leading value-added, integrated infrastructure solutions and services provider has been awarded with the coveted ISO 9001:2015 quality management certification from Bureau Veritas, UK.
The certification was awarded following a recent external audit and verification of the management, people, operational and information technology processes at the company. The certification is valid for 29 units of Sicagen across India.
Commenting on the accreditation, Mr. Sunil Deshmukh, Director, Sicagen India Limited & CEO Infrastructure Group & New Business Initiatives, A M International Group said, "The certification recognizes our incessant efforts towards ensuring quality work, safety and processes. It demonstrates our unwavering commitment to mitigate risks, improve operational efficiencies and drive greater value across our stakeholders' ecosystem. Customers, investors and employees are further assured of continued levels of excellence in performance imbibed through a culture of continuous improvement".

The ISO 9001:2015 certification acknowledges Sicagen’s ability to deliver superior services and products that meet fast-changing customer requirements and adhere to stringent regulatory compliance needs. It focuses on the seven parameters of context viz. organization, leadership, planning, operations, support, performance evaluation and improvement. The registration period for the certification is from February 1, 2018 to January 31, 2021.
As a part of the process, Bureau Veritas will make regular periodic visits to Sicagen and its various units to ensure that the organization meets the stringent certification requirements during the three year period of the accreditation.
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