STEINCO means quality
At STEINCO quality has more than 90 years of tradition. This quality is ensured by a systematic, holistic management system that includes each employee in the activities. Our system constantly evolves to meet the steadily growing demands in our markets.
In particular instruments such as static process control (SPC), machine-related process monitoring, as well as failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) are used. The principle of failure prevention instead of failure detection here guides consistent quality planning and its implementation. This is the only way to achieve controlled and capable processes which are constantly optimized.
On special request items are sorted 100% automatically by using image processing technology. Our philosophy is to achieve maximum customer satisfaction through the highest standards of quality, constant on-time delivery, a high degree of flexibility and reliable customer service.
Our managenent system has been according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015, DIN EN ISO 14001:2015.
Certificate of compliance REACH and ROHS
For the most part, the REACH regulation took effect on June 1, 2007. REACH stands for:
- Authorisation of Chemicals
One of the defined goals of the REACH regulation is to increase awareness of the dangers and risks associated with chemicals. Within the REACH regulation‘s scope of application, once certain deadlines have passed, only chemical materials that have been previously registered can be circulated.
STEINCO Paul vom Stein GmbH assumes this responsibility and conscientiously observes the obligations that have arisen and will arise from the regulation. For our products, we are not the manufacturer of the processed materials, but rather a socalled „downstream user“. In our function as downstream user in the supply chain, we strive to ensure that all our suppliers undertake to register the materials concerned.
Associated with this status are particular information obligations within the supply chain, which we perform diligently. STEINCO also fulfills its obligations regarding the ROHS Directive.