Wallbox has renewed its ISO 9001:2015 (quality management systems) and ISO 14001:2015 (environmental management systems) certifications, as well as earned for the first time an ISO 45001:2018 (occupational health and safety management systems) validation.

Wallbox creates charging and energy solutions for public and private use that combine technology with design to facilitate the adoption of electric vehicles.

 

The certifications come two weeks ago after Wallbox announced it will become a public company following a business combination with Kensington Capital Acquisition.

Wallbox underwent a 12-month-long verification process to demonstrate its ability to provide products and services which meet customers’ needs, as well as specific statutory and regulatory requirements.

The process also verified Wallbox’s environmental performance and occupational health and safety management systems.

“These ISO certifications are another example of Wallbox’s commitment to ensuring the environment, as well as potential and existing customers, suppliers and employees, are treated with the highest level of respect and care,” said Wallbox CEO and co-founder, Enric Asunción.

“We’re adhering to industry-leading standards and procedures in every aspect of our business.”

The certifications are granted by the third-party accredited certification body, GCL International based in London and are publicly available in on the Wallbox website and on the GCL Certificate Check website.

“We were pleasantly surprised to learn about this expanding company made of committed, dedicated and highly trained people,” added GCL International director, General España José Luis Castelló.

“Their horizontal and vertical communication is fluid and fast. The connection between levels is agile, dynamic and participatory.”