Following two separate immersive assessments to ascertain the integrity of its information security management system and quality management system, e2e Total Loss Vehicle Management [e2e] has been re-certified to ISO 27001 and ISO 9001.
The assessors noted that e2e had effectively maintained both its information security management system [ISO 27001] and quality management system [ISO 9001], demonstrating the ability to support the achievement of statutory, regulatory and contractual requirements and the company’s specified objectives, and during the testing and challenging times presented by the global pandemic. Particular reference was paid to senior management and staff commitment to the importance of information security and of driving continual improvement within the organisation; a strong value which was reflected in the management of e2e network members.
Graeme Beamson, Change & Compliance Manager at e2e said:
“We are delighted to have been re-certified to ISO 27001 and ISO 9001. Information security is of the utmost importance for us, our clients and their customers and our information security management system underpins our commitment to maintaining the highest standards. We are delighted to have been commended for the level of information security awareness throughout our organisation.
Our quality management system is integral to our delivery of professional products and services and also sits at the heart of our business processes. Again to have received such a positive assessment with no recommendations for areas of improvement is testimony to our quality commitment to our clients and our network members. We are the largest salvage and automotive recycling network in the UK made up of carefully selected and managed progressive and professional members who work to exacting standards. We aim to be the provider of choice for the market.”