Congratulations C4 France

C4 France are proud to have achieved ISO accreditation for a further 3yrs. An international standard for quality management systems (QMS), ISO 9001-2015 is a government recognised certification specifying the requirements a QMS must meet to achieve international accreditation.

During a rigorous two-day inspection, a representative from the NQA (an independent awarding body) assessed the QMS procedures at C4 France against multiple industry standards. Operations staff were individually assessed for competency and adherence to risk management, service quality, carrier selection and monitoring. After a thorough audit, implementation of all quality standards was found to be excellent.

Speaking about the audit, C4 France Country Manager, Benoit Kermarrec said: “we are delighted to have achieved such positive feedback from the NQA. The operations team are extremely dedicated to implementing our QMS and this was listed as one of our real strengths. The NQA were also particularly impressed by our bespoke IT systems and our capacity to update customers on their shipments in real time.”

Adhering to ISO 9001-2015 standards ensures that C4 Logistics are perfectly placed to provide exceptional service for any time-critical freight requirements.

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Written by
Sébastien Barth
Group Managing Director at C4 Logistics
Founder and Managing Director of C4 Logistics, Sébastien Barth manages the international operations teams and growth strategy of C4 across Europe.

With more than 20 years’ experience in premium freight services, Sébastien brings a wealth of experience to his role. Prior to C4 Logistics, Sébastien was UK Manager of Gefco Special (a former subsidiary of the Peugeot Group) and has delivered outstanding customer service to a variety of industries including the automotive, aerospace and pharmaceutical sectors.

Sébastien has an MA in Business and Logistics from ESIDEC Ecole Supérieure Internationale de Commerce, Metz University in France.
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