Business Times

Rickmers Marine Agency Lanka gets ISO 9001 certified

Picture shows Lal De Silva Country Manager of Germanisher Lloyds Sri Lanka (centre) presenting the ISO 9001 award to Capt.Niranjan Gunewardene of Rickmers Marine Agency Lanka (Pvt) Ltd in the presence of the Board of Directors and staff of the company.

Rickmers Marine Agency Lanka (Pvt) Ltd has been granted the ISO 9001 – 2008 certification by Germanisher Lloyds. ISO 9001. “This standard is an international benchmark of quality and recognises the world class product that Rickmers and its subsidiaries provide its clients,” the company said this week.

The certification followed a comprehensive assessment by Germanisher Lloyds of the systems, processes and work ethic of the company. The certification was formally presented by Lal De Silva, Country Manager for Germanisher Lloyds Sri Lanka to Capt.Niranjan Gunewardene the Manager of RMAL at a ceremony in Colombo.

Rickmers Marine Agency Lanka, commenced business in 2007, as a joint venture between Ceyline Sri Lanka, and Global Management Ltd Cyprus. The company started its operations by providing crew management services for ships from the global shipping giant Rckmers Hamburg.

The company’s growth over these past three years has been outstanding by employing several hundred seafarers (officers and seamen) on board a variety of vessels.

Top to the page  |  E-mail  |  views[1]
SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend
Other Business Times Articles
Kotelawala, GK depositors meet tomorrow
Selective tax holidays after the budget
French firm ‘open’ mind on Lankan fuel entry
Central Bank scrutinizes Harry J’s claims in HNB sale issue
Shell Gas deal still incomplete
PB Jayasundera to get wide administrative powers
Dust and chaos on the Galle Road
Comment - Working in the Middle East? It’s not worth it!
Feature - Potential for renewable energy in Sri Lanka
Govt. killing entrepreneurship spirit with unfair tax policies
F&G maturity default case fixed for ex-parte trial
Haycarb launches new log in new global re-positioning strategy
Sri Lanka on the map for ‘frontier’ stock markets
SL drawing a lot of foreign investment interest
Central Bank: Only a supervisor not a guarantor of deposits
National level e-waste management programme to be launched soon
Time to kick in fundamentals to the bear market
Colombo Dockyard builds second passenger ship for India
Janashakthi launches unique Sports Insurance Policy
Machinery, equipment exports see August earnings rise sharply
SriLankan launches Air Taxis
Government to formulate plan to list state entities after the budget
Only 27 of 35 finance companies are CBSL compliant
School accounts better than private sector ones
World’s largest BPO and KPO Certifications enter Sri Lanka
Hayleys launches Farmtrac 4-wheel locally
More and more companies eye the North for investment, business
Heladiv opens 10th and largest tea boutique in Beijing
Sri Lanka to tighten mobile phone regulations
MTI CEO briefs Bangladesh biz community
Fitch upholds HNB’s ‘AA-(lka)’ Stable
Investment Promotion Mission heads to Korea
JKH joins with TDG for freight forwarding
SEC ready with Share Option rules
Farmers using mobile for crop prices make more : Study
FCCISL helps 500 persons in war rehabilitation
Sri Lankan telephone directory goes electronic
CINEC awarded APAC Quality award
Virtusa supports reality TV enterprise competition
Rickmers Marine Agency Lanka gets ISO 9001 certified
One in 12 Lankans uses the Web
Dialog profits grow, cash flows improve and mobile phone subs reach 6.7 mln
Biyagama Hospital gets a facelift through Fonterra
SLT subscribers forced to pay more for telephone calls: Telecom expert
NDB Investment Bank structures largest securitisation in Sri Lanka
LEED project to help micro and small entrepreneurs in Vavuniya
Turning sand and dust into a money-spinner and a work of art
Change of stars at Burson-Marsteller


Reproduction of articles permitted when used without any alterations to contents and a link to the source page.
© Copyright 2010 | Wijeya Newspapers Ltd.Colombo. Sri Lanka. All Rights Reserved.| Site best viewed in IE ver 6.0 @ 1024 x 768 resolution