3D Metalforge receives ISO accreditation for maritime, oil & gas and energy

August 11, 2017

Metal Additive Manufacturing company 3D Metalforge, Singapore, has been awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification by DNV GL, a global accredited third party certification body focused on the maritime, oil & gas and energy industries.

The accreditation recognises 3D Metalforge for its understanding of the industry’s requirements and its consistent and sustainable business approach. According to DNV GL, the ISO9001 standard emphasises risk-based thinking and promotes the adoption of a process-oriented approach.

With ISO9001 certification, 3D Metalforge stated that it will be able to enhance business sustainability and customer satisfaction, as the associated reduction in errors offers benefits in terms of cost and waste savings. The certification is also a recognition of 3D Metalforge’s ability to build stakeholder trust by delivering products and services that meet customer, statutory and regulatory requirements.

Matthew Waterhouse, 3D Metalforge CEO, commented, “We understand that quality standards as well as consistent and sustainable business practices, are top priorities for most of our world-class customers. Through our strong partnership approach, 3D Metalforge hopes that our ISO9001:2015 certification will provide added confidence to our customers and stakeholders as we collaborate to jointly navigate new opportunities and challenges in the world of metal Additive Manufacturing.”

www.3dmetalforge.com

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