3D Metalforge recertified to ISO 9001:2015 standard

August 25, 2021

3D Metalforge Pte Ltd, headquartered in Singapore, has been recertified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard by the internationally accredited certification body, DNV, a leading certification, assurance and risk management provider. The certification is valid for the Additive Manufacturing of metal and non‐metallic parts and components including CAD design, production and post‐production activities.

3D Metalforge states that this certification to international standards demonstrates its commitment to continuous improvement and sustainable business performance. The company hopes to continue to gain the benefits of the certification, including increases in business efficiency, greater reliable quality of processes and products, and higher levels of customer satisfaction. Additional benefits come from being perceived as a qualified supplier, required on many customer contracts, and widely used as a supply‐chain requirement.

“3D Metalforge will continue to work toward providing greater value to our customers through new and innovative manufacturing solutions,” stated Matthew Waterhouse, CEO. “All the while we work to make a ‘greener’, more sustainable world, providing customers with better Additive Manufacturing solutions that help meet their changing supply chain, sustainability, and component manufacturing challenges. This qualification will support us in our discussions with partners and future customers, many of whom are large international firms requiring these qualifications.”

www.3dmetalforge.com

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