Koller Engineering has announced its recent achievement in obtaining ISO 9001:2015, which the company has held consistently for 20 years.
Koller Engineering are specialists in the design and manufacture of wheelchair accessible vehicle products, including:
- Wheelchair Restraints and Wheelchair Occupant Restraints
- Removable Minibus Type Seat Fixings
- Floor Rails
- Lightweight, Portable Ramps
- Associated Products
The ISO 9001:2015 certification promotes the development of continual improvement, customer satisfaction, traceability and international best practices within. Koller aims to provide customers with the highest quality products and service. The ISO certification means customers can have increased confidence in the company and its processes.
This award recognises that Koller operates and maintains a high-quality management process for the design, development and delivery of its products and services and is in line with international standards.
“Koller has now held this certification for two decades which reflects our commitment to quality, and assures our customers that Koller strive to always be the best,” said Dean Koller, managing director of Koller Engineering.
“We are delighted that our continued hard work has been recognised and we are proud to have held the standard for so many years. It provides further proof that we are serious about service and will always strive to deliver quality for our customers.
“With Koller expanding, it is important to hold accreditation like ISO 9001:2015 to give our customers assurance that we have developed our management system to meet the growing needs of customers and will continue to provide an unrivalled and personal service in the future.”
ISO 9001 is a world-wide recognised standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS). It provides a framework and set of principles to ensure company management is continually satisfying customers. Following the audits guidelines allows for effective processes to be implemented and the assurance that core quality and business processes remain compliant.