ISO certifies standardisation of BIPC operations

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By Sunday Ogli, Makurdi

THE International Organisation for Standardization, ISO, has certified the operations of Benue Investment and Property Company Limited, BIPC, as meeting international standards.

Managing Director of Occupational Safety Consultants, OSC Ltd., Kelvin Acka, who presented the certificate on behalf of the ISO, said the certification signified that BIPC has implemented robust quality management systems that adhere to internationally recognised standards.

Acka explained that the company has demonstrated their commitment to customer satisfaction, process efficiency, and organisational effectiveness, which earned her the certification.

“We are gathered here to mark a significant milestone in the journey towards excellence in quality management.

“Today, I am proud to present the ISO 9001 Certificate to BIPC Makurdi. This achievement is a testament to the unwavering commitment of the entire team at BIPC Makurdi to uphold the highest standards of quality in all aspects of their operations.

“Achieving ISO 9001 certification is no small feat. It requires relentless effort, meticulous attention to detail, and a culture of excellence ingrained within the organization. I commend the leadership team and every employee at BIPC Makurdi for their dedication and hard work in attaining this prestigious certification,” Acka said.

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of BIPC, Dr. Raymond Asemakaha, who received the certificate on behalf of the company, appreciated the organisation for facilitating BIPC to achieve the feat.

Dr Asemakaha said that the certification will earn BPC trust among consumers, clients, and other business partners.

“I am glad that BIPC has gotten this certification today. The ISO certification will earn us trust among consumers, clients, and business partners, allowing them to have confidence in us knowing that there is transparency in the organisation and that we are getting it right.

“This further shows credibility in the system; this shows that other partners can do business with us and the state,” Dr Asemakaha said.

The Managing Director thanked Governor Hyacinth Iormem Alia for giving him the opportunity to serve the state and pledged to continue to contribute his quota to the development of the state.

In separate remarks, Mrs. Theresa Abeda, Departmental Head, Business Development and Strategy, Company Secretary, Josephet Ioryoosu, Diana Uba, Marketing, Ene Adoyi, Unit Head Monitoring and Evaluation, and Amanda Olumide, Investment and Risk Assets, all appreciated the ISO for certifying the company.

They explained that with the trademark of the organization on BIPC products, the company’s businesses will thrive very well.