Pelagus 3D achieves key ISO certifications

May 7, 2024

Pelagus 3D, headquartered in Singapore, reports it has achieved International Standard requirements ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, and ISO 45001: 2018 certifications across its global operations. This certification signifies the implementation of a comprehensive Integrated Management System (IMS) that is said to reflect Pelagus 3D’s dedication to the highest standards in quality, environmental, and occupational health and safety management systems.

The certification scope, encompassing “Sales, Engineering, Supply, and Manufacturing (including 3D printing) Spare Parts on Demand through Digital Platform”, holds weight within the maritime and offshore industries as it emphasises Pelagus 3D’s ability to consistently provide spare parts and services that meet customer requirements, as well as applicable quality and regulatory requirements.

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“Achieving these certifications is not only a significant milestone in Pelagus 3D’s journey towards operational excellence but also a reaffirmation of our commitment towards quality management of additive manufactured spare parts through the Pelagus platform,” said Kenlip Ong, Chief Executive Officer of Pelagus 3D.

The ISO certifications reinforce the reliability and functionality of additively manufactured spare parts through the Pelagus Platform that links end users, including vessel and offshore asset managers, to Original Equipment Managers, empowering both parties to store customised digital inventory and create certified parts at scale globally.

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