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Aggregate Industries achieve ISO 44001 certification

Aggregate Industries achieve ISO 44001 certification

Certification follows successful demonstration of competent and efficient relationship management 

IN their ongoing commitment to provide the best possible customer experience, Aggregate Industries have achieved recommendation for ISO 44001 certification for Collaborative Business Relationship Management Systems, awarded by the British Standards Institute.

The certification was awarded company-wide to Aggregate Industries for successfully demonstrating – against a set of stringent criteria – a competent and efficient degree of relationship management across a variety of projects, which include a multitude of internal business areas and external partners.

By applying certified, standardized procedures, Aggregate Industries say they are able to reduce costs in innovative ways, improve project efficiency, and ensure the fast and effective resolution of any issues that may arise. Ultimately, certification means customers can be confident that they are achieving quality and value through a truly collaborative approach when working with the company.

Paddy Murphy, managing director of Contracting at Aggregate Industries, said: ‘I am incredibly proud of achieving this certification. ISO 44001 is quickly becoming a prerequisite for highways, infrastructure and major projects which specify requirements for the effective identification, development and management of collaborative business relationships.

‘By achieving certification, we have demonstrated that our processes and culture underpin sustainable business relationships and harness the benefits of collaborative working.’

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