The ITL group manages its operations and processes under the highest international standards of quality, health and safety, and the environment. Every year our QHSE management is audited by globally recognized certification bodies in order to verify and validate that our management system complies with all the mandatory requirements of said international standards.
Commitment to the environment, safety, and quality.
The Integrated Management System (SIG) has been designed to maximize the integration possibilities of the three managements, in order to achieve better use of resources and promote the synergy of the managements through continuous improvement.
In reference to the international standards reached by our management, we have certifications under the ISO 9.001, ISO 14.001, and OHSAS 18.001 standards granted by the DNV certification body. In turn, it should be noted that we also comply with the global standard of our shareholder PSA (PSA-MS), as well as with WPSP promoted by the UN.
The ISO 14.001: 2015 Certification has the purpose of supporting the application of an environmental management plan in any organization of the public or private sector.
It was created by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), an international network of national standards institutes that work in partnership with governments, industry, and consumer representatives.
The ISO 9001: 2015 standard is the international certifiable standard that regulates Quality Management Systems (QMS). The ISO 9000 series of standards promote the adoption of a process-based approach.
This standard is the heir to its previous version, the ISO 9001-2008 standard, which is being revised and adapted since 2012, and which will reflect the new regulatory scheme established by the International Standards Organization (ISO) that has already been applied to standards such as ISO 27001 and to which other standards such as ISO 14001 are being adapted.
OHSAS 18001 is an international standard applicable to any industry.
It helps companies define policies and objectives that guarantee health and safety at work.
It allows greater control of risks, both in normal working conditions and in unusual situations.
Its structure is based on two main concepts: continuous improvement and compliance with legal requirements.
The IMO (International Maritime Organization), promoted an amendment to the Agreement “SOLAS” (Safety of Life at Sea), to extend the controls and applicable regulations to port facilities according to the new world scenario. As a result, the new Security Code called PBIP (International Ship and Port Facility Security Code or ISPS in its acronym in English) is approved.
Since June 30, 2004, EXOLGAN holds the Certification issued by the Prefectura Naval Argentina, being the first Terminal to achieve this important recognition, in compliance with international regulations.
Exolgan, FIRST PORT IN LATIN AMERICA to obtain the Certification of the integration of the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) to the Corporate Strategy within the framework of the World Port Sustainability Program (WPSP).
During the course of 2019 Exolgan, one of the ITL Group companies, began the Certification process of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) within the framework of the World Port Sustainability Program (WPSP).
As of January 2020, Exolgan has been certified by the United States Customs and Border Protection Organization (CBP) as a foreign Port Terminal Operator, according to C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) standards, being the only port terminal in Argentina to have this certification.
The CTPAT program is one of the largest and most successful public-private sector partnerships in the world, designed to improve and mitigate various threats by providing security to the global supply chain.
This certification recognizes the commitment of our company to keep the flow of cargo and containers protected from any illegal or illicit activity, by applying the highest levels of security, thus benefiting our collaborators, business partners, and stakeholders in general.