Santo Domingo.- CEMEX Dominican Republic announced Tuesday that the International Standardization Organization (ISO) recertified its quality management system under standard 9001:2008 for three more years, as a recognition of its corporate practice, specifically its continuous improvement of processes, services and products offered to its customers.
Cemex stated its satisfaction for the achievement, reaffirming the company’s commitment to quality based of comprehensive policies which guarantee the public's confidence in its products and services.
CEMEX obtained re-certification after an evaluation by the certifying firm ICONTEC, which takes into account criteria such as systematic management quality in a transparent manner and the achievement of continuous improvement of its processes and approach to satisfy its customers.
CEMEX Dominican Republic President Carlos Emilio González said the recognition "is the result of the company’s philosophy to achieve and even exceed the level of satisfaction of its customers, as well the company’s beneficial relationships with its stakeholders."
He said that while it’s certain that the recertification raises the pride and sense of identity and belonging of CEMEX collaborators, customers and suppliers, it also implies assuming the great challenge of continually improving its processes to continue to ensure products of world standard.
CEMEX’s first ISO 9001 certification was in 2004, making it the country’s first cement plant to achieve ISO certification 9001:2000 for all its operations nationwide.
It adds that it’s subjected to periodic assessments to ratify its commitment to quality and compliance with the requirements stipulated in the ISO standards.