Quality guarantee

Global Spedition offers you all the national and international potential of its fleet, broad experience in the sector as well as a solid commitment to its clients, in particular, and to the society in general, always offering maximum guarantees of QUALITY, SAFETY and respect for the ENVIRONMENT, which is clear from its certifications: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, SQAS and GMP+.

  • ISO 9001 AND 14001

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Global Spedition obtained in 1998 as a result of a positive track record of implementation, the registered company certificate in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard of quality.

Later, in 2003, after putting into practice a policy committed to the Environment, it obtained the ISO 14001 certificate, thus achieving an Integrated Management System for the Global Group.

  • GMP+

In July 2010 Global Spedition obtained the GMP+ B4 Certification for the land transport of merchandise or raw materials for animal food by road, developing a complete system to guarantee the food safety of the transported product based on the hazard analysis and critical control points system (HACCP).

  • SQAS (TRANSPORT, CLEANING AND GMP FOOD)

    In order to take another step in the continuous improvement and as a tool to control our processes, SQAS (SAFETY AND QUALITY ASSESMENT SYSTEM) was established since November 2009 on the activities of transporting and cleaning of tanks, which allows assessing the level of safety, corporate social responsibility, environmental management and quality of the Company.

    This system of assessment for logistic companies is developed by the Association for the European Chemical Industry (CEFIC) and it helps us to aim our Management System to the demands and requirements of the chemical industry.

  • SANDACH

Global Spedition is registered as an authorised company for carrying out the transport of animal by-products not for human use of the Categories 1, 2 and 3, ensuring the compliance with the health and safety rules established by the current legislation.

  • EUROPEAN ROAD SAFETY CHARTER

Global Spedition forms part of the European Road Safety Charter, establishing the firm commitment of increasing road safety in Europe.

The objective for 2020 is a 50% reduction in deaths on highways of the European Union, through the joint efforts of all the participants to improve road safety, at both the national and community level.

Training

Global Spedition has established a system for determining, providing, recording and evaluating the training actions necessary within the organization.

BEHAVIOUR BASED SAFETY (BBS)

Global Spedition has implemented a training program called BBS with the intention of increasing safety in highway transport, influencing positively the behaviour of the personnel by means of observation preparation and communication.

The purpose of this program is the improvement in safety as well as the reduction of the emissions through more efficient driving.

  • Constant training

Global Spedition also has an annual training plan for all its members. Through internal and external courses, tools are provided for a constant adaptation to the needs of the client and the society in general.

  • Always updated Information

To maintain the information constantly up to date, the drivers of Global Spedition have tablets in order to have the necessary information in real time and in force: Documentation of the system, Routes, Authorised Cleaners, Driver’s Manual, Protocols and Rules of the Client, Transperanto, or notices of interest are part of the documentation that is updated in his devices.

Company policies

The company policies of the Global group are the basis and the engine of its Integrated Management System of Quality, Environment, Safety and Food Safety; from them the objectives and goals of the organisation are established.
These policies have been focussed on the provision of services according to the needs of our clients, the current legislation and our commitment with society.

“Success is achieved thanks to the involvement of all the personnel of the Global Group.”