QMF Global Consultants opens Bahrain office
Manama, May 25, 2011
QMF Global Consultants, an independent certification and consultancy body specialising in providing quality assurance services to small and medium-sized enterprises and non-government organisations worldwide, has set up its regional headquarters in Bahrain.
This follows the company acquiring a Commercial Registration (CR) to deliver its products and services to businesses in Bahrain as well as other GCC countries.
QMF Global Consultants' primary products are certification, auditing, consultancy and development services, principally in the field of international quality standards such as ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007.
The UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) has welcomed the QMF Global initiative open its office in Bahrain.
"UK products and services are well-known for their quality and consultancy services of companies like QMF Global have supported many UK companies to achieve that high quality," said British Ambassador Jamie Bowden.
"We wish QMF well in assisting Bahraini companies in a similar way," he added.
Meanwhile, QMF Global has presented Bahrain's Economic Development Board (EDB) with a quality award for its commitment and dedication to customer service.
"We are delighted to have presented this quality award to the EDB," said QMF director Yousaf Razaq.
"Any organisation demonstrating this high-calibre of leadership and commitment to quality of service deserves to be recognised," he added.
"Within the GCC, Bahrain is becoming established as a service centre for the region and we are pleased that QMF have chosen to set up in Bahrain and that the EDB has been recognised for its support of companies wishing to set up in the kingdom," said EDB director of business development, Vivian Jamal. - TradeArabia News Service
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