QM-Certifikate according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015

The quality management certificate in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 is a recognised confirmation that a company has implemented an effective quality management system (QMS).

ISO 9001 is the most widely used standard in quality management worldwide. It specifies the minimum requirements for a QMS that must be met in order to fulfil customer requirements and other quality requirements.

The introduction of a QMS enables companies to optimise their operational processes and sustainably improve customer satisfaction.

A key principle of ISO 9001 is the process-orientated approach. This means that all key operational processes are monitored and documented.


IATF 16949 is a quality standard that was developed specifically for the automotive industry.

It specifies requirements for the quality management system of automotive suppliers.

Systematic Safety OHSAS 18001

"Systematic safety" is a quality seal procedure of the German Employers' Liability Insurance Association for Trade and Goods Logistics (BGHW).

It supports companies on their way to a successful management system for health and safety at work.

Originally, the quality seal procedure was based on the OHSAS 18001 standard, which was developed specifically for health and safety at work.

The aim of the quality seal procedure is to support companies in establishing an effective management system for safety and health at work.
This includes identifying, analysing, setting objectives and measuring risks and opportunities.

Certification in accordance with DIN ISO 45001 enables companies to prove that they are successfully implementing health and safety at work.

AEO - Authorised Economic Operator

An AEO is a certification that is awarded by customs authorities and grants companies a privileged status in international trade. AEO is the abbreviation for "Authorised Economic Operator".

The AEO seal of approval is awarded to organisations that meet high standards in the areas of customs and security practices.

AEO-certified companies benefit from simplified customs procedures, fewer physical controls and improved access to certain customs privileges.

AEO status strengthens the reliability and integrity of the goods supply chain, resulting in more efficient and secure international business transactions.

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