ISO 9001

The ISO 9001 is the international standard for quality management systems. The ISO (Geneva) organisation is in the production and management of thousands of different standards. Most of these are product-oriented, but some standards confirm the quality of generic management systems. By far the best known is the ISO 9001.

Eltrex Motion is in possession of an ISO 9001 certificate. This means that our quality system is audited every six months by an external agency and ensures that our customers are assured of a certain level of quality.

Eltrex Motion will continue to meet international standards for a large number of customers. Here is the ISO 9001 certificate in PDF download. If you would like to receive additional information please contact Eltrex Motion.


From 1 January 2011, all transactions of Eltrex Motion are subject to our general terms and conditions and Incoterms ® 2010. Incoterms are rules for capturing and agreeing on the mutual trade relations established by the International Chamber of Commerce.

These incoterms are the same throughout the world and regulate the rights and obligations between the trade parties. These rules indicate to whom the goods are to be insured at any time and when the risk of the goods passes to another party. Incoterms is not governed by the transfer of ownership, which is reflected in our general sales conditions.


De 11 Incoterms® regels

  • CFR-Cost and Freight
  • CIF-Cost, Insurance & Freight incl. Till receiving harbour
  • CIP-Carriage and Insurrance Paid to
  • CPT-Carriage Paid to
  • DAP-Delivered At Place (formerly DDU)
  • DAT-Delivered At Terminal
  • DDP-Delivered Duty Paid
  • EXW-EX Works
  • FAS-Free Alongside Ship
  • FCA-Free Carrier
  • FOB Free On Board

Nieuwe regels Incoterms

Incoterms ® 2010 includes two new rules. Delivered at Terminal (DAT) supervises the rules for the provision of the goods to the purchaser, unloaded from the arriving means of transport. Delivered at Place (DAP) are also rules for making the goods available to the buyer, but then ready to unload. For both rules, the seller bears all costs and risks for the transport of the goods to the place of destination.

As far as the transport of inland waterways and the sea is involved, the goods are delivered when they are on board the ship and not at the time when the goods have passed the ship’s railing, as was the case with the old rules. The Incoterms ® 2010 has also been modified to show which terminal costs must be borne by which party.