E+E Elektronik Gained Another Certification

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The company, that produces solutions designed for automotive industry, is certified according to IATF 16949:2016

Josef Hartl, Managing Director of E+E
Josef Hartl, Managing Director of E+E

E+E Elektronik is now certified according to IATF 16949:2016. The Austrian company produces sensors and trasmitters designed for the automotive industry and employed in control systems for fuel mixture, air conditioning or windscreen fogging prevention.

IATF 16949:2016 confirms company’s quality assurance

The certification confirms that the company’s quality assurance system complies with the high requirements of the automotive industry. The new standard follows the previous ISO/TS 16949 and is recognised by the world's leading automotive manufacturers. "With the IATF certification, E+E Elektronik qualifies as a reliable partner for the automotive industry. This is proof that we strive and are able to offer our customers the highest quality standards", states E+E Managing Director Josef Hartl.

Innovative products and high-quality standards

Already 25 years ago, E+E Elektronik established a quality assurance system in compliance with ISO 9001 and thus anchored the quality aspect in the corporate strategy. The company is now certified according to the latest ISO 9001:2015, which is also mandatory for the new IATF standard. Besides innovative products and high-quality standards, E+E Elektronik also takes environmental protection and the sustainably use of resources very seriously. Membership in the Austrian Climate Alliance and an environmental management system according to ISO 14001 are therefore a matter of course for the company.

Posted on September 27, 2018 - (217 views)
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