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Aquametro Oil & Marine successfully re-certified according to ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001

Hand-over of certificate – Lukas Beljean (QS Zürich AG) and Reinhard Simecek (Aquametro Oil & Marine)

The successful audit confirms Aquametro Oil & Marine’s high standards for
safety, environment and quality.

In June Aquametro Oil & Marine successfully completed the audit for the re-certification according to ISO 9001 (Quality Management System), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System) as well as ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System).

Even though external audits are taking place under significantly changed framework conditions these days we are very happy to have found a pragmatic solution with our auditor QS Zürich AG.

These certifications are the basis for our business.

Since 1928, Aquametro Oil & Marine has been among the leading manufacturers and
suppliers of measurement, optimization and monitoring solutions for all kinds of fluids on
ships, vehicles and industrial applications.

Our range consists of more than 100 different oil fuel meters and management systems which have been developed specially for ships, transport vehicles and other heavy machinery in the shipping and industrial sector. We are also considered experts in viscosity measurement and control as well as in measurement, monitoring and management systems for fuel performance and fuel switching units (HFO to MDO and vice versa). For the industrial sector we offer flowmeters and dosing units for special fluids.

Aquametro Oil & Marine operates from its headquarters in Therwil/Switzerland and
Rostock/Germany as well as from Singapore for the Asian market. With further subsidiaries in South Korea and China and representation offices in India and Japan plus a global service network and numerous sales partners around the world we can offer you seamless, professional and solution-driven support.

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