UEC has a long-standing commitment to delivering safe, high-quality products. With customer experience and needs of the marketplace driving our production and new product development, we take pride in providing products that are both reliable and completely customizable to our customers’ specifications.
From material sourcing, to production and testing, to product delivery – we know attention to detail and quality at every stage means a good experience for our customers. As part of our commitment to quality, UEC has pursued and earned International Standardization Organization (ISO) 9001:2008 certification. This certification recognizes that UEC has developed a well-defined and documented procedure to continually improve our consistency of output. A large portion of this procedure includes comprehensive quality-control measures to guarantee each one of our products represents UEC’s industry-standard for power distribution.
UEC complies with the following standards to ensure our level of excellence remains intact:
RoHS Compliance Policy
Universal Electric Corporation is committed to RoHS compliance through intelligent vendor sourcing and verification of vendor supplied documentation. Our policy for achieving and maintaining compliance to the RoHS standard is as follows:
- Procuring RoHS compliant materials from suppliers
- Obtaining a Certificate of Compliance to the RoHS directive from suppliers
- Verifying that new products comply with RoHS
- Supplying a Certificate of Conformance for customers upon request
Conflict Minerals Policy
All UEC suppliers are expected to ensure that parts and products are Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) conflict-free. This means materials do not contain metals derived from “conflict minerals” (Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten, or Gold) or their derivatives such that they directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups through mining or mineral trading in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or an adjoining country.
UEC suppliers must also establish policies, due diligence frameworks and management systems that are consistent with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) guidelines stated in Due Diligence for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas.