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RailTerm takes quality management to a new level by earning ISO 9001:2015 certification

Dorval, Quebec – January 16th, 2017
RailTerm is pleased to announce that they are now ISO 9001:2015 quality management certified by BSI under certificate number FS654000. This ISO certification attests that RailTerm’s quality management system has been audited by a globally respected independent firm and meets the international standard.

RailTerm's ISO 9001:2015 certification covers:

  • Design and development of rail traffic control software
  • Terminal management
  • Dispatch services
  • Systems integration
  • Provision of custom service solutions to railway operators
  • Track, signal and structures maintenance

This certification demonstrates RailTerm’s ability to consistently provide services that meet all applicable statutory, regulatory and customer requirements. “There is a link between strong quality management and safety,” said David Jalbert who, as Compliance Manager—Safety and Quality, led the ISO implementation process. “In our field, safety is the most important thing. At RailTerm, we aim to go beyond the industry norms. We’re always looking at the level above to see what is the maximum that we can reach.”

The RailTerm team is proud of its accomplishment in attaining ISO certification and is very pleased that its efforts to provide customers with the best quality services have been recognized. This ISO certification has renewed the team’s commitment to continuously grow and improve the company as part of its ongoing drive to lead the railway services industry.

About RailTerm
RailTerm is an experienced, safety-focused rail services company with operations in Canada and in the United States. We provide solutions for clients’ mission-critical requirements in high-performance track and signal system maintenance. We deliver turn-key signal, SCADA, communications and software systems from track circuit to control office and everything in between. We are the largest and most technologically advanced third-party dispatcher in North America.

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