Innovating is always to be one step ahead, and for that, Gequímica has prepared itself over the years, since its foundation.
And the result of this work can be seen in the management of the factories, in the concern with meeting the demands of the market, and in the understanding that a product will only be successful if it is associated with a service of proven excellence.
This is the goal of everyone at Gequímica: to meet the needs of customers and partners, through the efficiency and effectiveness of processes, and with a focus on the excellence applied in each action. For this, there is a very strong integration between the company’s areas.
Modern tools and programs are adopted to ensure service excellence and continuous improvement, but none of this would be possible without standardization, structured processes for continuous improvement, and most importantly: committed and trained people.
ISO 9001 – Quality Management
Gequimica has been ISO 9001 certified since 1999 and Brasceras since 2002.
Both certifications were granted by the International Institution BSI and currently in force in the version ISO 9001 -2015.
Vitrasa has SASSMAQ (Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Assessment System) certification for road transport since 2015. In this way, it assures customers that their items will be handled safely, with quality and in compliance with legislation.
Sustainability In Grupo Gequimica
Sustaining our planet and our business means protecting natural resources, balancing economic, environmental and social factors while facing global challenges, coming together under a common goal and improving each life.
A natural initiative of Grupo GEQUÍMICA, which over the years has been seeking alternative raw materials from renewable sources and thus transforming the idea of an ecological product into reality.
When it comes to sustainability, excellence lies in proof. From reducing the use of less water to reducing electricity consumption, our sustainability efforts are paying off.
And the reason for all this comes down to respect for the environment, an example for future generations and the construction of a fairer world.
Examples of company actions in this regard:
Raising awareness not only in the company, but during the life of employees, regarding the Solid Waste management program.
Participation in the Municipal Environment Council of Madre de Deus - BA, assisting in decision-making and suggestions for improvement in the city's environmental issues.
Increased ventilation and natural lighting in the warehouses, which contributes to reducing electricity consumption.
Implementation of Selective Collection at the Paraíba do Sul - RJ and Madre de Deus - BA factories.
Participation in GPMAI - Group of Environmental Professionals from Vale do Paraíba Industries, which acts as a forum for discussions and exchange of information in the field of environmental issues, within the scope of industry - RJ.
Reuse of 100% of the water from the emulsion process - Paraíba do Sul - RJ unit .
QUALITY METHODS IMPOSED ON OUR WORK
A methodology of Japanese origin for the organization of any environment, especially work environments, with the aim of making the space more useful.
An environmental management system that allows all organizations to develop sustainable practices in their businesses, products and services.
A specific quality requirement of the food industry that aims to guarantee, effectiveness and efficacy in controlling hazards to food production.
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) are precautions and measures that must be taken when manufacturing products that make up a set of principles and rules for their correct handling, ranging from raw materials to the final product.
Also called the Toyota Production System, it is a management philosophy focused on reducing the seven types of waste (overproduction, waiting time, transportation, over-processing, inventory, movement and defects).
A quality system requirement specific to the German auto industry, used for audits of manufacturing processes. It proposes that the processes and their interfaces should be analyzed in such a way that their risks and weaknesses are identified.
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