We constantly strive to improve our credentials and are committed to retaining the following quality standards:

ISO 9001 :2015
Sorions desire to provide quality products on time to our customers requirements lead us to become ISO 9001 accredited, this was achieved in 2007. On the 15th June Lloyds Register assessed Sorion to the new ISO9001:2015 standard and on the 10th July Sorion was awarded it’s certificate of approval.

Cyber Essentials
As part of our commitment to cyber security, we have become Cyber Essentials certified to provide peace of mind to our customers that we are protected against the most common types of cyber threats such as phishing, malware and password breaches.

Security Metrics PCI DSS Compliance
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance is designed to protect businesses and their customers against payment card theft and fraud.

On the 10th November 2008 Sorion was initially assessed by Contractor Health and Safety assessment scheme against the CHAS standards and was awarded “Registered Contractor Status”. This allows our Customers (and prospective customers) to be assured that Sorion is a competent company with respect to health and safety. We are continually reassessed on an annual basis.

As a company committed to sustainable development and the continuous improvement of its processes and solutions, we have taken up the opportunity to be assessed by EcoVadis. Taking part in the EcoVadis assessment not only evaluates our current performance, but it also provides us with benchmarks and detailed feedback of strengths and areas which we can build upon.

MiR Certified System Integrator
On 1st November 2022 Sorion has achieved Certified System Integrator status for Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR). s a Certified System Integrator, the company will continue offering customised AMR solutions to industrial, manufacturing, and logistics customers to suit their application needs.

As an ISO-9001 accredited manufacturer, Sorion Electronics recognise the need to comply with the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH). This regulation came in to force June 2007 and covers health and environmental dangers.