Ofru Recycling receives DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 certification

Certification for meeting high standards of quality management

Ofru recycling develops, manufactures and markets systems with which contaminated flammable solvents or cleaners can be recycled. Those Solvent Recovery Systems and distillation units are bult in Germany. Photo - Ofru

Germany headquartered Ofru Recycling is a manufacturer of solvent recycling plants for the recovery of contaminated solvents. The company has been compliant with the requirements of the ISO standards since the beginning of July 2020. It has recently been awarded the certificate for the quality management system according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015.

For many years, Ofru said it has been working in a sustainable and process-oriented manner and has achieved a lot in this respect. This award certifies that the company meets the high standards of quality management. “As a medium-sized company, we want to constantly improve ourselves and further extend the trust of our customers, sales partners and suppliers. Tervis as a certification company has ultimately confirmed to us what we have been working towards to optimize our processes in such a way as to establish our company even more successfully in the international environment,” emphasizes general manager Denis Kargol.

Badge ISO 9001 2015 ENGL

For 40 years, Ofru is regarded as a pioneer in producing solvent distillation plants, which enable high recovery of recyclable materials. In December 2019, its product range was expanded to include industrial cleaning systems for the paint, adhesives, and coatings industry.

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