SATA has boasted ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 quality certification since 2001 and 2007, respectively, and has met the requirements of the SQAS system since 2003, as assessed by CEFIC, which covers aspects such as quality, security, environment and work risks.
We have also been GMP-certified since 2014, which allows us to transport goods used to manufacture animal feed.
Through the proper management of all our processes, the evaluation of our suppliers, the effective commercialisation of our products and by providing sound customer service–as well as by performing internal controls to ensure that we are environmentally friendly in all that we do–we are able to provide quality service, every time.
As such, we are fully committed to the continuous improvement of our management system in line with the ISO 9000 and 14000 families of standards.
Ultimately, the company’s management is responsible for the management system, devising processes that are focused on quality and safe operations and services, employee health and environmental protection.
Successfully implementing and continuously improving an effective management system requires the organisation-wide unconditional support. Each and every employee is responsible for the quality and environmental impact of their work, complying with all safety measures, protecting the environment and ensuring the success of this policy.
To comply with this policy, the following commitments have been established:
- Continuously improving all our activities and services in terms of quality, the environment and occupational health and safety.
- Providing transport services that meet our clients’ needs and ensures client satisfaction by focusing on meeting delivery deadlines and complying with the strictest work safety measures.
- Complying with all legal requirements and regulations that apply to our work in terms of the environment and occupational health and safety, as well as any other requirements that the company sets out.
- As part of the proper performance of our work, we strive to prevent contamination as much as possible.