TÜDEMSAŞ received TS EN 15085 certificate

TÜDEMSAŞ TS EN 15085 certification received: Turkey Railway Machines Industry, Ltd. (TÜDEMSAŞ), to make appropriate resources to European Union norms "TS received EN 15085" certification.

According to the written statement made by TÜDEMSAŞ, it was emphasized that the company attaches special importance to the management systems and certification works in the national and international markets. The statement that TÜDEMSAŞ has many documents that organizations that attach importance to quality and qualified workforce should have has extended the statement “The Welding Standard of Railway Vehicles and Components - TS EN 15085” that we have received for the production of Boji has been extended. .

Interim auditing to expand the scope of the “TS EN 2008” certificate, which the company started to obtain the Mutual Operability Technical Conditions (TSI) and the Welding Standard of Railway Vehicles and Components (TS EN 15085), to cover all productions. It was said to pass successfully.

TÜDEMSAŞ General Manager Yıldıray Koçarslan thanked those who contributed to obtaining the “TS EN 15085” certificate.

Deputy General Manager Celaleddin Bayrakçıl also noted that the “TS EN 15085” certificate is important for the company in terms of production obligation in accordance with the European Union standard TSI in various types of freight wagons to be produced from now on.

Emphasizing that workers working in the production of freight wagons should be in compliance with European Union norms, Bayrakçıl said:

“Welder trainings have been completed completely. Last week, we made the necessary inspections about bogie production in our company and got the TSI certificate. As of the second week of May, TSI certificate will be received in the Rgns type freight wagon, where we will start mass production as the lightest freight wagon in its class. In 2015, we will produce 3 types of freight wagons and put them into service. The independent audit company that audited our company has once again confirmed the quality of our workers' resources. ”



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