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Summit Power Limited’s Barisal and Narayanganj Unit II received the Integrated Management System (IMS) certifications from Bureau Veritas
Photo Caption: Managing Director of Summit Power Limited Lt Gen Abdul Wadud (Rtd) received IMS certifications for its Barisal and Narayanganj Unit II power plants from Country Manager, Bureau Veritas Bangladesh ( Pvt) Ltd. Sohel Azad.
Today Bangladesh’s largest publicly listed independent power producer Summit Power Limited has received the Integrated Management System (IMS) certifications for its Barisal and Narayanganj Unit II power plants. The IMS certification includes Environment Management System (EMS) – ISO 14001:2015, Quality Management System (QMS) – ISO 9001:2015 and Occupational Health and Safety Assessment (OHSAS) – OHSAS 18001:2007. As a result of these certifications, Summit is showing continued commitment to its business performance and gaining competitive advantage. Bureau Veritas, the world’s leading certification service provider has already certified other operating power plants of Summit.
The event was organized in Spectra Convention Centre in Dhaka. Among senior officials of the two companies Financial Controller & Company Secretary of Summit Power Swapon Kumar Pal, ACA, Head of Business of Bureau Veritas (Bangladesh) Mukut K Barua, Head of Certification Md Towfiqul Arif were also present in the certificate hand-over ceremony.
About Summit Power Limited:
Summit Power Limited (SPL) is the leading private power producer of Bangladesh and a publicly listed company in Dhaka and Chittagong Stock Exchanges. Presently Summit Group is generating 1,941 MW electricity to the National Power Grid. Recently, Summit Power Limited has constructed two new power plants in Kodda, Gazipur with capacity of generation capacity of 449 MW which are already generating power.
Power generation concerns of Summit Group have received four consecutive the best power plant awards from the government of Bangladesh since 2013. In addition, Summit Power Limited has received consecutive AAA long term credit ratings from CRISL since March 2017.
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