Autoelectro has announced it has maintained ISO Quality Standards after reportedly continuing to impress assessors during a four-day exploration of its Bradford headquarters.
Quoting from the report: “The assessor therefore has no hesitation in recommending continued registration to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001:2015. Further, migration is recommended to ISO45001:2018”.
The standard was said to have been initially sought more than two decades ago, as Autoelectro wanted to carry out work for original equipment suppliers and original equipment manufacturers, such as Delco Remy, Marelli, Cummins, Caterpillar and MG Rover. It achieved this goal and was said to be one of the first aftermarket companies to secure the standard.
Autoelectro has said it consistently strives to demonstrate the quality of its products and services that it offers.
Managing Director, Tony Bhogal, said: “This latest round of ISO accreditation only strengthens our position in the marketplace, as Autoelectro is the only major independent remanufacturer and supplier of rotating electrics in the UK to hold these standards.
“It also firmly underlines the quality standards and professionalism that Autoelectro adheres to.”