Alfa e-Parts Presented with ISO 9001 Certification

Alfa e-Parts Presented with ISO 9001 Certification

The new BBB Europe brand of electrical and electronic components also will exhibit at Automechanika.

Alfa e-Parts, a division of BBB Industries offering electrical and electronic components for the automotive industry, says it is excited to exhibit at Automechanika fair in Frankfurt (Hall 6.1 Stand B21) following its ISO 9001:2015 certification.

The company presented at both the Motortec fair in Madrid and at the Autopromotec fair in Bologna, and now will exhibit at Automechanika next week as well. 

Alfa obtained its ISO 9001 certification in its 2015 version for its Quality Management System, after overcoming the audit carried out by the BSI Certification Entity. This accreditation endorses the continuous improvement and high quality of the company’s processes and products, the maintenance and supervision of its equipment and materials to guarantee an excellent state of conservation and operation, the exhaustive monitoring of each of its processes and the rigorous controls to which all products are subjected.

Alfa e-Parts has launched almost 5,000 part numbers to the market. The company says it is committed to a product 100% designed, manufactured and tested under rigorous and demanding quality tests, a wide range that will not stop growing (about 6,000 new part numbers annually), and a service that meets the expectations of his customers (taking advantage of the logistics of the BBB Industries group brands).

Alfa e-Parts, which will be presented in Frankfurt by BBB Europe, the European subsidiary of the American BBB Industries, sharing space in Hall 6.1 with other group brands (Metalcaucho, STC, Cautex and RedLine). In addition to its wide range of products, the new player in the aftermarket will present the Alfa HT1 Valve Tester at its stand, an innovative tool that it makes available to its customers to diagnose the operation of EGR and throttle valves, and thus avoid incorrect warranties. It’s a technical solution designed and developed by the brand itself, completely new and unparalleled in the sector, according to the company. 

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