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CEZ Trade successfully defended its integrated quality management system

The company received four certificates that guarantee high process efficiency and customer satisfaction
CEZ Trade Bulgaria EAD successfully defended its integrated quality management system for a new three-year period. The company received certificates that apply the standards: ISO 9001:2015, which is the most widespread international standard for process management; ISO 14001:2015, which ensures that CEZ Trade Bulgaria has implemented the highest standards for environmental management; as well as a certificate for the new international standard ISO 45001:2018 for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. It is fully compatible with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards and enables each organisation to manage occupational health and safety risks and improve its performance in this area.

In full integration with these three systems is the ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management Certificate, under which CEZ Trade Bulgaria EAD is certified in May this year.



“The integration of the highest international standards for quality management is another proof that CEZ Trade Bulgaria is a modern and innovative company that puts at the center of its activity the care of customers, employees and the environment”, said Vladimir Dichev, Executive Director of CEZ Trade Bulgaria EAD.

The company is a 100% subsidiary of the Czech CEZ a. s. and is the first licensed electricity retailer for end customers in Bulgaria since 2005. CEZ Trade Bulgaria EAD is one of the leading suppliers on the free market. For the period from 2006 to 2019 the company has made total deliveries of 31.7 billion. kWh total gross value of BGN 3.14 billion



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