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VSTEP Simulation acknowledged with ISO 9001:2015

Rotterdam, 6 December 2017 – 2017 was a successful year for VSTEP Simulation with honorable deliveries all over the world and being awarded with the biggest contract in the company’s history by CAE for the Naval Training Centre in the UAE. In addition to these great achievements, the company has reached another milestone. The VSTEP team has been acknowledged by DNV GL with the ISO 9001:2015 certification!

VSTEP Team
VSTEP Team

“A great compliment to the team, because this shows how much we grew as a company over the years!” – complimented VSTEP’s CEO, Henk van den Berg. “Every day I see the tremendous effort our people put in the development of our products and to realize that we get better every day. Of course, some days are better than others, but this is a part of innovating and being in the forefront of maritime simulation. We prove by working hard, together in teams and with a smile this can be definitely done.”

“Developments are coherent for VSTEP, but the ISO 90001:2015 Certificate is proof that we can develop as a company and maintain the VSTEP quality.”

Karin Reichardt, Internal Operations Manager

The certification is a great deal in VSTEP’s focus on being the leader in maritime simulation and virtual training. These procedures are essential for the company to sustain the quality it aims for in the products and the solution it wants to be for the customers of VSTEP.


VSTEP makes sure that you are prepared for real-life situations with our leading solutions for simulation and virtual training. Our state-of-the-art products allow you to train your skills for every scenario possible in a practical, cost effective and sustainable way. We are a Dutch based and ISO9001:2015 certified company. Stay up-to-date about the developments at VSTEP by subscribing to our newsletter or follow us on Linkedin.

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