BDP Project Logistics Gets the ISO Treble – Quality, Safety and Environment

SINGAPORE, October 12, 2010 — BDP Project Logistics Asia Pacific and UAE (BDP Project Logistics) have been awarded three new ISO Certifications confirming the company’s commitment to meeting the highest level of operating standards.

The certifications BDP Project Logistics has received are: 9001:2008 (Quality); 18001:2007 (Occupational Health and Safety); and 14001: 2004 (Environmental Management Systems).

BDP Project Logistics is a wholly owned subsidiary of BDP International, one of the world’s leading privately held freight logistics/transportation management firms.

Mr Aaron Chen, Regional Director of BDP Project Logistics Asia Pacific said the certifications came after five months of work and assessment by the BDP Project team.

“The three ISO certifications are particularly important for BDP Project as the company works on some of the largest and most challenging logistics jobs anywhere in the world,” Mr Chen said.

Mr Virenda Seghal, Regional Director of BDP Project Logistics, Middle East added: “Taken individually, each of these certifications shows the high standards BDP sets for all its operating units. Together they reflect our values of taking pride in the quality of work we do, caring for the safety of our employees as well minimizing the impact we have on the natural environment.”

The three certifications will apply to all BDP Project’s office. The Regional Head Office is located in Singapore, while the other offices are in the UAE (Dubai and Abu Dhabi), Thailand and China.

About BDP Project Logistics
BDP Project Logistics is a leading privately held project logistics and transportation management services company, operating global logistics centers throughout Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the U.S., with a network of owned offices, strategic partnerships and agencies in more than 120 countries. The company provides customized logistics solutions that support engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies, mining, oil and gas, power generation and other infrastructure projects. It utilizes a variety of transport modes, including barge, rail, truck, aircraft and vessels to deliver over-dimensional cargoes to their often remote destinations. Also offered are end-to-end materials management and tracking, freight negotiation and carrier cost maintenance, in-house project engineering services, logistics process analysis and optimization, complete documentation, online tracking and reporting tools, coordination of cargo inspections, supervision of heavy lifts, oversized and hazardous cargo, port operations, and job-site unloading and checking. For more information, visit www.bdpprojects.com.
 

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