Seaflex ISO certifications

We are proud to announce that Seaflex has been certified according to the new standards for ISO 9001:2015 and 14001:2015.

Two of our main arguments for using Seaflex to moor any floating application is our quality and environmental focus. Since the birth of the product, Seaflex has always strived to be the environmentally friendly alternative to traditional mooring systems, and the rigorous testing and R&D performed at a daily basis in our offices show how seriously we take our committment to be the best, most reliable mooring system in the world. Working according to the ISO standards for quality and environmental management has always been key to ensure that every part of the company considers both these factors when making changes, introducing new products and entering new markets.

A short description of the two standards:

ISO 9001:2015 is a standard for creating, implementing and maintaining a Quality Management System for any company. As an international standard, it is recognized as the basis for any company to create a system to ensure customer satisfaction and improvement.

ISO 14001:2015 is a systematic framework to manage the immediate and long term environmental impacts of an organisation’s products, services and processes. By completing ISO 14001 certification your organisation can assure stakeholders that your environmental management system meets international industry specific environmental standards.

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