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All of the sites of the GRONBACH Group are officially part of a quality management system spanning all sites in compliance with DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 (from 11/17 9001:2015). On the one hand, we place particular emphasis on a high level of education and training for all of our workforce, while, on the other hand, a cross-functional integration of project and quality management tools, such as the intensive use of FPFEs, is a basis not only for product and process development but also for tool and handling equipment construction and then the manufacturing procedure itself.

Our quality management in overview

  • quality management system spanning all sites
  • certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 (from 11/17 9001:2015)
  • cross-functional integration of project and quality management tools
  • multiple testing capabilities in the testing and measurement laboratories (e.g. 3D scans, corrosion tests, colour and gloss measurements)
  • customer-specific tests carried out by specially trained staff, e.g. visual surface controls

Workplace Safety GRONBACH

Workplace Safety

The concept of prevention plays a central role at GRONBACH. A particular concern of ours is the long-term health of our workforce. This is shown in the pro-active prevention of work-related accidents and diseases as well as in an extensive health management system.

Workplace Safety

Environment

Ecological Responsibility

Economy and ecology go hand in hand with each other and are not a contradiction for GRONBACH. This is clearly demonstrated at the Wasserburg site, for example: in 2009 we began to document all of our consumption – who are the energy guzzlers, where are resources being wasted? The compressors were modified for speed-controlled operation and a heat recovery system was installed step-by-step. Every available roof space was equipped with a photovoltaic installation – in the meantime, a surface area as large as a football pitch has been covered. The electricity saved is fed into the national grid and is enough to provide power for over 200 homes.

The entire energy supply was converted to gas in 2013 and a co-generation plant was installed in 2014. The Wasserburg site had already received ISO-50001 certification in 2013. The entire lighting systems in the halls of all our sites have been converted to LED. All in all, usage per worked hour was reduced by 10kWh in Wasserburg between 2012 and 2015. The savings achieved up to date correspond to the CO2 emissions of over two million air kilometres.