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alphatir international shipping company is one of the companies active in the field of international transport in the country that  is active by useing knowledge of technical experts and management systems.
Main view of senior management in managing the organization,  is according to the principles of quality which is basic principles and permanent organization.
In this regard, the general framework of the organization's quality objectives are as follows:
In order to achieve the organization's goals and Focusing on increasing customer satisfaction, The quality management system is deployed in the organization.
In this regard , by Enjoying an expert group and Capable managers, allways Stepped in the direction of Services of safe, healthy and in accordance with international standards.

 Customer-oriented approach to customer satisfaction by identifying and understanding their needs and expectations and obligations and provide satisfactory service.
 Increase market share and provide more services through effective communication with the client.
 Constant revisions and improvements in activity and improve company systems and processes.
 Improving staff knowledge and participation for the continuous improvement of quality, environmental, safety, occupational health and understand the needs of customers.
 Compliance with laws and regulations and other requirements related to environmental aspects, occupational health and safety risks.
Management is also committed to the performance level of quality with the establishment of an integrated management system according to ISO9001: 2008 ISO10002: 2004, ISO14001: 2004, OHSAS18001: 2007 and continually improve performance of this system is continuously monitored.
Considering that the realization of these goals only with awareness, empathy and Partners at all organizational levels is possible, so this policy and provide the necessary training of personnel have been notified and are continuing suitability, adequacy and continuously improve the effectiveness of the monitoring and will be reviewed.


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