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Mammoth undertaking as industrial companies get certified

Home Engineering Pumps, Valves, Hydraulics, Pneumatics Mammoth undertaking as industrial companies get certified

TWO manufacturing companies in the mining consumables and hydraulics industries, Mammoth Technologies and Mammoth Hydraulics, have achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification for the head office and manufacturing plants.

Mammoth CEO, Kim Ishwarlall said the certification underlines top management’s commitment to the quality of products and services supplied and ensures that processes are put in place to achieve continuous improvement and sustainability throughout both hard-working organisations.

“What makes the certification even more special is the fact that we received our certifications from the world’s preeminent accreditation body, the British Standards Institution (BSI),” said Ishwarlall.

“Our products are already patented and supplied throughout the world and we have become a proud international brand that strives to add value and grow along with all our valued stakeholders,” she added.

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