We are ISO 14001 certified!
ARO receives ISO 14001 Environmental Management Certification
ARO Welding Technologies is pleased to announce that it has received ISO 14001 certification, endorsing the company’s quest for quality, continuous improvement and environmental responsibility.
This certification by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) recognises the company’s determination to manage the environmental impact of its business through measurable objectives such as waste disposal methods and further reduction of its power consumption.
Other important goals include minimising use of resources by processing environmentally friendly and recyclable materials that are not harmful to health, in addition to using water, electricity and raw materials sparingly.
Jean-Yves David, President ARO Welding Technologies SAS:
“We are proud to have received the ISO 14001 certification and have been actively working for years on minimising energy consumption and waste by reducing our environmental footprint. This certification comes as recognition of these efforts which underlines the quality of our continuous improvement philosophy and is testament to our employees who have embraced a responsible and rational approach to managing our environment”.
The certification was awarded following an in-depth assessment of the company’s current environment management system.
ARO technology is chosen by clients who recognise ARO’s superior technology, reliability and quality for all welding applications; the company has been ISO 9001 certified since 1999; right up to the latest standard - ISO9001:2015. Thanks to ARO’s expertise and the continuous development of new standards, the company offers a large range of world leading welding products responding to the stringent demands of the automobile sector and other industries.
ARO is widely regarded as the world leader in resistance welding to the automotive industry. The ARO group is headquartered near Le Mans, in France with regional offices in the Americas, Europe, China and Asia. The company employs over 500 people and was founded in 1949, becoming part of the German engineering group IWKA, until acquired by Langley Holdings PLC, the engineering group (www.langleyholdings.com) owned by British industrialist, Tony Langley.