Navy to zero in on quality


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 17 Jul 2003

LUMUT: The Royal Malaysian Navy will continue to maintain its quality of service through consistently upgrading productivity. 

RMN fleet operations commander Laksamana Madya Datuk Ilyas Din said consistency and commitment in achieving a quality work force should be the responsibility of all. 

Laksamana Ilyas was speaking to reporters after receiving the MS ISO 9001:2000 award from Sirim QAS International Sdn Bhd senior general manager Azimi Ng Abdullah on Tuesday.  

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