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World-wide standards for growing Aberdeen supplier

An Aberdeen based specialist storage solutions business has been awarded three internationally recognised accreditations in acknowledgement of the high quality service it provides to its growing number of customers.

Greenwell Equipment (Greenwell), which is headquartered in Aberdeen, has achieved both the ISO 9001 quality management standard and the ISO 14001 environmental management standard this month. In addition, the firm achieved the OHSAS 18001 standard for occupational health & safety.

Family-run business Greenwell, which has 15 employees, has analysed its business practices across its warehouse, containers, cabins and office furniture divisions over the last 18 months to achieve the demanding requirements of the ISO and OHSAS standards, as part of its ambitious growth plans.

The internationally recognised ISO 9001 is an independent assurance of quality management standards, and has become a pre-requisite for business agreements across the world. ISO 14001 promotes the reduction of energy usage and waste, and the OHSAS 18001 standard is a robust and globally acknowledged standard for assessment of occupational health and safety systems.

Scott Brown, sales manager for Greenwell, said: “Achieving these three universally recognised standards opens up a new trading chapter for Greenwell, as we provide local and international clients with the very best equipment and service available.

“Greenwell has an excellent reputation for quality, and the ISO 9001 is an independent affirmation of that standard. Achieving the ISO 14001 certification demonstrates the company’s commitment to reducing energy usage and environmental impact, and achieving the OHSAS 18001 health and safety standard is proof of Greenwell’s commitment to its staff and customers.

“Every employee across the business has been involved in the process. The accreditations demonstrate that Greenwell is working at internationally recognised standards in its daily business, and has a commitment to continue operating at that level.”

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