Dickson Asia-Pacific Achieves Certificate of Conformity from SIRIM and ISO 14001 Certification

Thanks to their new offices in Malaysia, Dickson chose to capitalize on the APAC dynamic market opportunities, and enhance their operational efficiency. This new location allows them to provide faster response times and strengthen their presence in one of the world's most vibrant economic regions.

Today, they are proud to announce that Dickson Asia-Pacific has obtained the Certificate of Conformity (CoC) from the SIRIM, allowing the importation of their wireless environmental monitoring solutions in Malaysia. SIRIM is Malaysia's leading testing, inspection, and certification services provider, accredited under numerous bodies including the Department of Standards Malaysia.

Furthermore, they are pleased to have completed the validation and qualification of their calibration lab enabling them to perform standard calibrations for temperature (-40°C to +150°C and -80°C to O°C) and relative humidity parameters (0% to 100%), extending their range of services in the Asia Pacific region.

Beyond these exiting news, 2024 marks a significant year for Dickson as they've just obtained the ISO 14001 certification. As they act on day to day basis toward a greener and more sustainable future, Dickson felt their organization had a role to play in this matter. The ISO 14001 certification is a testimony to their rigorous process of establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving their environmental corporate responsibility.

These key milestones demonstrate the commitment of Dickson in the legal safety and quality requirements of our customers. These efforts toward the APAC market aim to strengthen relationships with existing customers and expanding its reach while supporting Dickson's global strategy, enhancing the company's ability to better serve customers in the Asia Pacific region.

Source: Dickson Asia-Pacific

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