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Dellner Polymer Solutions achieves RISQS accreditation

Dellner Polymer Solutions is now accredited to the Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme (RISQS) following its recent audit.

RISQS is the supplier pre-qualification service used by buyers of all products and services throughout the UK rail industry, including Network Rail and London Underground. This provides the industry with ownership and governance of its supplier qualification arrangements and is the single-entry point for suppliers into the rail industry.

Luke Shorter, Business Development Manager at Dellner Polymer Solutions, which provides technologically advanced vibration control, rubber fabrication and bonding solutions for a global market, said: “RISQS is ‘by the rail industry, for the rail industry’ and is run entirely to support the UK’s national railway infrastructure and its supply chain.


“This accreditation proves our capabilities and commitment to ensuring the highest levels of compliance, and demonstrates that our management systems meet the health, safety, operational and competence standards required for suppling the UK rail market.”

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