Red Star Express Plc gets SON’s Quality Management System re-certification  

In recognition of its strict adherence to global best practices, Red Star Express Plc., a foremost logistics company in Nigeria, has been re-certified by the Standard Organization of Nigeria adjudging them as being compliant to quality management, as a result of their conformity to the requirements of NIS ISO 9001:2008 standard.
The re-certification came after a successful audit carried out by Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) to certify the company’s conformed to the requirements of NIS ISO 9001:2008 standard.
The Managing Director, Red Star Express Plc., Sule Bichi, reiterated that, the certification was a giant stride in Red Star’s pursuit of excellence in logistics industry by evolving and marketing a range of technology-driven services designed towards quality delivery to its teeming customers. “We are glad that SON deemed it fit to re-certify our company after the successful audit and we hope to keep giving our best in quality delivery”.
Speaking also on the re-certification by SON, Quality Assurance Manager, Red Star Express Plc., Toyin Owolabi, stated “that the successful audit of the company’s Quality Management System was an attestation of Red Star’s commitment to continually adhere to global best practices and standards in all of its operations and processes. It is a privilege to be re-certified by SON, this highlights our constant desire in maintaining excellence since the last accreditation in 2013. We hope to keep up with the standard in order to ensure quality service to our customers.”
Sule Bichi, managing director, Red Star Express Plc
Red Star Express Plc., is a premium logistics solution provider in Nigeria in area of revenue, network coverage and market share in the domestic and international market. It enjoys a domestic strength of 169 offices in Nigeria, deliveries to additional 1,500 communities, over 1400 highly trained personnel and over 500 vehicle fleet. It prides itself of automatic proof of delivery and advanced technology with all operations done online and real-time. It operates as the Nigerian licensee of FedEx, which is the world’s largest express transportation company, providing fast and reliable delivery to more than 220 countries and territories around the world.


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