Quality

ISO 9001 & ISO 14001

We are certified according to SS-EN ISO 9001:2008 to secure the administrative quality and to give us the possibility to keep a high accuracy on deliverys.
We are also certified according to SS-EN ISO 14001:2004 to secure minimal environment impact.

  We are connected to REPA and thereby take our producer responsibility for packaging.

Management policy

All employees with the company shall, at every contact with our internal and external customers, strive to meet or surpass their needs within the company business.

This we can achieve by making sure that all our employees know our customers requirements and feel responsible for the customer needs and wishes.

We should always strive to deliver flawless products, in the right quantities, at an agreed price in the time frame required with a minimum impact on the environment. We achieve this by minimize the quantity of backorders, wrong deliveries and optimize all deliveries as far as possible.
 

 


TÜV-GS

Our products has been tested by the german TÜV, that includes a test
of the interior mounted in a van that is driven on a test course and in real traffic. They also checked out the production regarding meassurements and tolerances. A scheme for test samples is established so we can obtain the high quality on all our articles.


Crash test 2011

The French institute for work related accidents, INRS, mandates the toughest ever standard for crashtesting van interiors. The standard mandates a higher collision speed and much more stringent values for interior payload weight than have previously been used.In June, System Edström had the independent test institute Valutec perform a crash test according to INRS NS286.
 

“We were quite certain that we would pass the test”, says Linus Runhede, Design Engineer at Edström. “But I can’t deny that I had some butterflies in my stomach when we saw the test sled coming in over 50 km/h (31 mph). And it certainly was a loud and violent impact! “

“We could see that the interior hadn’t moved much and that all the payloads stayed where they should have been, but it still was a relief when we heard the words from the test guys: C’est une bonne, It’s good; It’s OK!

INRS is a big (700 employees) institute which continuously develops the area of occupational risk prevention. The norm NS286 states an impact of at least 25 G and has strictly regulated sizes and weights for payloads in shelves and drawers. The interior has to be mounted according to normal installation instructions. All test institutes agree that NS286 is going to become the common standard for interiors, as the NCAP is for cars.

“Another scary thing with NS286 is that all the payloads have to be 80% of the length of the shelves”, Linus continues. “That means that there is actually another impact from behind, a few milliseconds after the first impact. The interior managed both hits very well and it is very satisfying to confirm that we have been thinking, and constructing, in the right direction!”

Passing the test will mean a lot to System Edström in all markets; safety is a big factor everywhere nowadays, and for the French market it also means that our customers will enjoy lower insurance fees!

 


Crash test 2001

Millbrook System Edstrom Van Interior, racking and shelving systems have achieved excellent results in a recent vehicle crash simulation, proving that for safety as well as versatility the company is hard to beat. The tests are believed to be the first time a manufacturer of van interiors and LCV accessories has subjected its products to this most severe of test methods. Read more.