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MONDUS OPERATI

We have placed the client as the center of our universe and we are at all times implementing our SCOPE which stands for Service & Client Oriented Process Excellence.

It is the client we would like to serve and as a result we provide a number of managerial and support functions to properly enhance the delivery of products and services.

Our Quality Management system has been certified to the highest standards of the market, as we are currently holding ISO 9001certification form LR and Maritime Training Center Certification by DNV.

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We have been serving a fast growing portfolio of more than 800 clients so far. Our full Client List is available here.

To get a snapshot of our client portfolio growth you may consult the following graph.

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