HELM Argentina obtained the ISO 9001: 2015 Certification for the quality of its Management System
Buenos Aires, January 2021
HELM, a German family firm with more than 120 years of experience, leader in the global distribution of chemicals, fertilizers, crop protection products and pharmaceuticals, obtained ISO certification 9001: 2015 from the Bureau Veritas Organization (International Standardization Organization or ISO for its acronym in English), for having complied with all the demands and international quality standards in its corporate Management System.
“Having obtained this highest quality seal for our Management System reconfirms the commitment and constant search for excellence that we have always pursued. This guarantee of quality drives us to continue strengthening our reliability towards our clients." Mauro Edalian, Director of HELM Argentina stated.
With presence in Argentina since 2003, HELM Argentina leads the crop protection product segment, provides personalized advice in each region of Argentina and guarantees the early detection of new active ingredients for the development and updating of all its products.
ISO 9001 certification is an international quality management standard required by customers worldwide which recognizes the commitment to continuous improvement, quality and customer satisfaction, ensures that products and services meet legal requirements of the customer, and helps to improve the performance of the company.
Founded and maintained as a family business HELM is today one of the largest chemical companies in the world, with its own offices and alliances in more than 35 countries. Through its structure of 1600 employees, it supports its clients using its experience as a global distributor, but with a local focus. Globally, the company moves 14 million tons of products and invoices more than EUR 5 billion per year. More information at https:/www.helmag.com.
SKYFLD® is a new, independent, online digital farming platform that helps manage farming operations. In Argentina, it will be launched on the market during the second half of 2020. SKYFLD delivers biomass maps updated every 5 days and with a resolution of 5m x 5m. The use that can be given to the maps is to develop recommendations for fertilization and variable planting, as well as monitoring the progress of crops remotely. In turn, the digital tool offers weather information from nearby weather stations and free access. More information at https:/www.skyfld.com.