Since the company was founded in 1972, our philosophy has been to reach out to our customers, listen to them and consistently tailor what we offer to meet their needs. With this philosophy, we have grown with our customers and have developed into one of the largest full-range suppliers of automotive parts and accessories – worldwide.
Today, distribution partners and their workshop customers as well as suppliers and service providers across the globe place their trust in “Growing together with our partners”.
To continue to justify the trust placed in us and to achieve our visions and goals, the committed Diesel Technic Group employees work hand in hand every day!
Our mission is to offer our customers reliable brand products and services that bring advantages and benefits with them.
The headquarter of the internationally operating Diesel Technic Group is located in Kirchdorf / Germany. The main areas of activity of Diesel Technic are development, production, trade and logistics relating to automotive parts and accessories.
The Board of Management is committed to maintain the Integrated Management system (IMS) and continuously improve it, and assumes its full responsibility.
Diesel Technic corporate policy covers the areas of Quality Assurance, environmental protection, and occupational and health protection.
Corporate and process goals are derived from corporate policy and implemented from it. Our managers assume responsibility for achieving these goals together and for identifying with the company’s core values. These goals are implemented in compliance with all legal and other requirements and in line with the methodology of process-oriented and risk-based thinking and action.
Quality is an obligation we have to our customers. Our success is measured in terms of how we satisfy customer requirements. Careful planning, preparation and the rigorous application of our quality assurance measures prevents errors or rather minimises their occurrence.
Our goal is to assure and continuously improve the safety and health protection of our employees at work by preventing and eliminating risks and carrying out other occupational health and safety measures.
Successful occupational safety depends on the involvement and participation of employees. Each and every employee is responsible for both themselves and their colleagues. All accidents are preventable.
It is our duty to help protect the environment and conserve natural resources. Products, processes and methods undergo environmental risk assessments and are subject to continuous improvement to prevent negative environmental impacts.
Our customers are our partners. They determine upon the success and continued existence of our company. We identify the wishes and tasks of our customers and discover ways of finding reliable, high-quality solutions for them.
The qualification, information and motivation of all employees is a fundamental prerequisite for the success of our company. Therefore, it is a concern to keep employees well informed and to support them in the necessary knowledge and skills through training.
We question the status quo, learn from our mistakes, and seek out forward-looking solutions to continuously improve the quality and competitiveness of the products and services we offer.
Our goal is to achieve future growth. We see opportunities from changes in the market for applying our capabilities to develop and deliver new, innovative technologies.
We want to create clear competitive advantages and generate profits – for our customers and for ourselves. We seek to be a reliable partner in all matters relating to quality, environmental protection and occupational health and safety.
The scope of the integrated management system includes the development, production, trading and logistics of automotive parts and accessories.
The scope of the integrated management system is determined for Diesel Technic with headquarters in Kirchdorf.
Our Integrated Management System incorporates external issues such as upstream processes relating to the procurement of spare parts for commercial vehicles, resources and energy. Requirements taken from the IMS are also defined for downstream processes, such as e.g. waste disposal, across physical site boundaries. These requirements also take into account the findings of “DTDE_IMSH_4.1 - Understanding the Organisation and its Context” and other binding commitments.
Legally binding obligations as well as binding obligations arising from customer relationships, supplier relationships or employment contracts fall within the scope of IMS. Also refer to “DTDE_IMSH_4.2 - Understanding the expectations and requirements of interested parties”.