Motivated by our focus on reliably contributing to the planning and implementation of tailored intralogistics systems, we ask notable institutions to validate and certify our company. Continuously improving our quality management system (QMS) and dealing responsibly with the risks involved in our business processes leads to ever-increasing levels of quality.
Our customers rely on our QMS, our TISAX certificate and the validation of our WMS by the renowned Fraunhofer IML to expect top-level expertise, highest quality and certified data protection and information security.
Certifications awarded to HÖRMANN Logistik GmbH:
- QMS pursuant to ISO 9001:2015, certified by TÜV Süd
- TISAX certification by TÜV SÜD Management Service GmbH
- Participation certificate and WMS database validation by Fraunhofer institute
- Oracle Gold Partner
The certification body of TÜV Süd Management Service GmbH certified that our QMS meets the requirements of general contractors for the planning and implementation of tailored intralogistics systems and that all requirements of ISO 9001:2015 were fully met.
By order of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), the ENX Association runs the TISAX system (Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange) to promote the mutual acceptance of information security assessments by all automotive industry players. TISAX assessments are conducted by accredited audit services providers, who periodically demonstrate their qualification. Neither the TISAX assessments nor their results are made known publicly. HÖRMANN Logistik GmbH focus on the trustworthiness, availability and integrity of information. We have an extensive regime in place to protect all sensitive and confidential information based on VDA’s information security assessment questionnaire (VDA ISA). The ENX portal provides the only access to the results.
Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics (IML) confirms that HÖRMANN Logistik GmbH’s warehouse management system (WMS) is part of the logistics IT database. The process involved looking at over 3,700 WMS items. We can therefore safely say that all functions of our WMS were validated and acknowledged.