Environmental Certificate Admitted to Exel Group’s Finnish Units
Bureau Veritas Certification has admitted Exel Group’s Finnish units, the Kivara and Mäntyharju factories, an ISO 14001 environmental certificate. Exel is the first known pultrusion company in the world to be granted this certificate.
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Bureau Veritas Certification has admitted Exel Group’s Finnish units, the Kivara and MÃ¤ntyharju factories, an ISO 14001 environmental certificate. Exel is the first known pultrusion company in the world to be granted this certificate.
ISO 14001 is an international standard of environmental management systems. An organization implementing the standard recognizes important environmental aspects and risks, and sets up an environmental programme including targets for continual, systematic improvement. Regular audits and follow-up are an important part for measuring progress.
In addition to the ISO 14001 certificate, Exel Group has signed a quality certification agreement with Bureau Veritas Certification. With this agreement the several quality systems of the companies that have joined the Group were certified as one entity. The Group certificate covers, in addition to the Finnish units, the units in the UK, Austria and Australia. We strive at having the certificate to cover also the Belgian and Chinese units in 2007.
Vesa Korpimies, Executive Vice President, tel. +358 50 590 6754
EXEL IN BRIEF
Exel Oyj is a leading, international Group specialised in composite technology, with a special focus on pultrusion, pull-winding and continuous lamination. The Group’s operations include design, manufacturing and marketing of advanced composite products for industrial applications and consumer goods. Exel’s most well-known consumer products include cross-country, alpine and Nordic Walking poles, floorball sticks, antenna radomes and other industrial applications. In 2006 the Group’s net sales totalled EUR 112 million. Exel personnel averages 550. Exel’s share is listed in the Mid Cap segment of the OMX Exchange’s Nordic list.