Kistler Group’s Sindelfingen facility gets ISO 14001 certified for environment management

Eberhard Bauer, Sindelfingen Site Manager, Kistler Instrumente GmbH, said, "We are delighted that we passed the audit. This confirms that our environmental management system here on site complies with international standards."
A global market leader in dynamic pressure, force, torque and acceleration measurement technology, Kistler Instrumente GmbH facility located in Sindelfingen, has become the first facility in the Kistler Group to gain ISO 14001 certification. Kistler has put its commitment towards ecological responsibility and sustainability, into practice by continuously improving and regularly assessing its environmental management system - for the benefit of the environment, the company's employees, and its customers. 
 
In summer 2019, the company underwent an audit as per DIN EN ISO 14001:2015 - with successful results. This standard defines the requirements for an effective environmental management system in a company. 
 
The focus is on strategies for environmental policies and targets as well as continuous improvement processes. Their objective is to reduce harmful substances and environmental pollution on a long-term basis. Accident and liability risks are minimized, with savings on waste, water and energy costs. 
 
Eberhard Bauer, Sindelfingen Site Manager, Kistler Instrumente GmbH, said, "We are delighted that we passed the audit. This confirms that our environmental management system here on site complies with international standards." 
 
The company has a long tradition of high quality standards By obtaining certification to ISO 14001, the global market leader in dynamic measurement technology shows that it is fulfilling its fundamental quality promise in yet another area. Kistler is integrating ecological responsibility as an official element of its corporate culture by permanently implementing the environmental management system in the company's processes – starting with the Sindelfingen facility. 
 
"Society clearly expects values such as 'clean air' and 'intact environment' to be respected. A better world needs companies that can make a contribution to a somewhat better environment," said Rolf Sonderegger, CEO, Kistler Group. 
 
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