Rhenus Logistics is celebrating three major successes which confirm its commitment to quality service provision. Rhenus has not only retained its AEO(F) (Authorised Economic Operator) accreditation but has also successfully transitioned to the new ISO 9001 and 14001 (International Organization for Standardization) standards.

In retaining its AEO status, Rhenus has demonstrated its commitment to a structured, competent and secure network, and earns the Logistics provider trusted trader status. The successful transition to the new ISO 9001, and ISO 14001, Rhenus has once again emphasised its commitment for quality in its management systems and network infrastructure as well as to its environmental processes, both of which form part of the company’s quality improvement strategy aimed at providing its customers with cost effective, efficient and reliable services across its global network.

HM Revenue & Customs reviewed Rhenus’ Manchester facility, and after a seamless audit the company was accredited with the official AEO(F) status.

Gary Dodsworth, UK Country Manager, said “The fact that both audits were navigated seamlessly is testament to the efforts of the UK compliance team and the wider UK business, and provides assurance to customers that their goods are entrusted to a secure and competent network.”

In 1992, Rhenus was one of the first forwarders to gain ISO 9001 – a standard now accredited to all 12 of its branches. The company first achieved ISO 14001 in 2010.

“The transition to the new ISO 9001/2015 and ISO 14001/2015 standards is testament to the continued hard work of all involved in the business and has resulted in Rhenus attaining what are widely recognised as significantly enhanced standards to those previously held”, added Dodsworth.

Rhenus Logistics is celebrating three major successes which confirm its commitment to quality service provision. Rhenus has not only retained its AEO(F) (Authorised Economic Operator) accreditation but has also successfully transitioned to the new ISO 9001 and 14001 (International Organization for Standardization) standards.

In retaining its AEO status, Rhenus has demonstrated its commitment to a structured, competent and secure network, and earns the Logistics provider trusted trader status. The successful transition to the new ISO 9001, and ISO 14001, Rhenus has once again emphasised its commitment for quality in its management systems and network infrastructure as well as to its environmental processes, both of which form part of the company’s quality improvement strategy aimed at providing its customers with cost effective, efficient and reliable services across its global network.

HM Revenue & Customs reviewed Rhenus’ Manchester facility, and after a seamless audit the company was accredited with the official AEO(F) status.

Gary Dodsworth, UK Country Manager, said “The fact that both audits were navigated seamlessly is testament to the efforts of the UK compliance team and the wider UK business, and provides assurance to customers that their goods are entrusted to a secure and competent network.”

In 1992, Rhenus was one of the first forwarders to gain ISO 9001 – a standard now accredited to all 12 of its branches. The company first achieved ISO 14001 in 2010.

“The transition to the new ISO 9001/2015 and ISO 14001/2015 standards is testament to the continued hard work of all involved in the business and has resulted in Rhenus attaining what are widely recognised as significantly enhanced standards to those previously held”, added Dodsworth.