A continuous programme of investment in systems, process technology and testing facilities ensures Maxey Moverley delivers its services to the highest levels of quality and reliability.
The achievement of first class standards of quality and excellence lies at the heart of what we do. Maxey Moverley has been certified by BSi to ISO9001 since 1998 and all of our systems have been designed with quality in mind (view certificate here).
Our unique workshop management system tracks each repair in real time from receipt through to completion and despatch, for greater traceability and real time reporting.
Through this system, an analysis of fault and fix trends by our R&D team feeds into a repair database and drives a process of continuous improvement in our repairs.
All repaired units are subjected to full functional testing in accordance with manufacturer specifications, ensuring repaired units that operate correctly first time, every time.
In addition, we hold a market-leading range of manufacturer accreditations and outsourced manufacturer contracts. This means you can be confident that Maxey Moverley repairs meet or exceed original manufacturer standards.
This comprehensive commitment to quality is also typified by our approach to environmental best practice.
Repairing rather than replacing is always the most environmental option, making Maxey Moverley the ultimate recycler.
Our repair service has a significant positive environmental impact. In most cases what is repaired by Maxey Moverley prevents a new replacement unit being produced. It also avoids the existing unit being thrown away.
This helps your business meet legal and social requirements for environmental best practice.
Furthermore our component level repair service means that more than 98% of units received for repair are returned to full service, reducing landfill and other effects on the environment, as well as associated cost.
Our comprehensive environmental policy is based on ISO14001. By monitoring our energy consumption and waste we are able to set targets for continuous improvement, a policy we extend into our supply chain.
All waste is separated and disposed of correctly using licensed contractors, meeting the requirements of the WEEE directive for the disposal of hazardous electronic units.