Pepperfry’s Mumbai Fulfilment Centre gets ISO certifications
March 7, 2019: Pepperfry has announced that it has received the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification for their Mumbai Fulfilment Centre. This makes it the first warehouse to be ISO certified with three critical certifications in the country
March 7, 2019: Pepperfry has announced that it has received the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification for their Mumbai Fulfilment Centre. This makes it the first warehouse to be ISO certified with three critical certifications in the country and the only one in the furniture and home segment in the country to attain this accreditation. The certification was bestowed upon the marketplace by Bureau Veritas, one of the best internationally acclaimed agency.
The company's Padgha [Bhiwandi] warehouse spanning across 2,85,000 square feet received certification for ISO 9001:2015 (QMS- Quality Management System), ISO 14001:2015 (EMS- Environment Management System) and ISO 45001:2015 (OHSAS- Occupation Health Safety and Assessment Series). The ISO 9001:2015 certifies the high emphasis on quality and operating efficiency of Pepperfry Fulfilment Centre.
A press release from the company said that the ISO certification reiterates the company's passion and commitment to deliver the best customer experience through rigorous focus on supply chain process efficiencies, prevention of environmental pollution and occupational accidents. The Pepperfry Fulfilment Centre at Padgha is one of the India's Largest Furniture Warehouses built with state-of-the-art automation and material handling capabilities including G 7 racking systems, battery operated trucks and multistory fetching reach trucks.
Vikas Sharma, AVP supply chain, Pepperfry, said, "We are delighted to have been declared as an ISO certified fulfilment facility. At Pepperfry it has always been our aim to provide world class serviceand quality products to our consumers and we are certain that we can take this assurance a step further through the standardization and implementation of best in the class practices."