Quality and sustainability at DONATH:
We are thrilled to announce that Donath has once again successfully passed the prestigious ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications. 🏆🌿
But what do these certifications mean exactly?
🌟 ISO 9001 is an internationally recognized standard for quality management. It helps our company establish high standards in our services and continually work on improving them. Customer focus and efficient processes are at the core of this certification.
🌟 With ISO 14001, we demonstrate our commitment to sustainable environmental practices. As a moving company, we take responsibility for our environment and aim to minimize our ecological footprint. This certification signifies our consistent efforts to protect the environment and use resources responsibly.
What are the advantages of these certifications, especially in the moving industry?
✅ Trust: The ISO certifications are a testament to our dedication to quality and sustainability. Our customers can rely on their moves being handled by a professional and reliable company.
✅ Customer Satisfaction: ISO 9001 contributes to better meeting our customers’ needs. With a well-structured quality management system in place, we ensure a high level of customer satisfaction.
✅ Environmental Awareness: ISO 14001 certification shows that, as a moving company, we adopt eco-friendly practices and actively work to protect the environment. This is an important concern for us as well as for our customers.
✅ Efficiency: Implementing ISO 9001 allows us to optimize our processes, making workflows more efficient. This leads to improved performance and ultimately cost savings for our customers.
We are proud of this renewed achievement and would like to express our gratitude to our team for their dedication and our valued customers for their trust.
With the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications (see attached – in German), we remain committed to delivering quality and sustainability in every moving experience.
Our certifications (in German):
Please find more of our certifications on the following page: