Aucar-Trailer S.L.

T. 93 752 42 83
F. 93 752 04 78


Pintor Pau Roig, 41 2º 3ª
08330 · Premià de Mar


Quality and environment policy

Aucar Trailer, S.L. holds ISO 9001:2008 quality certificates issued by AENOR and the international body IQNet. It also holds the quality certificate under the PECAL 2010 standard, issued by the Spanish ministry of defence. In addition, it holds an environmental management certificate under the ISO 14001 standard issued by AENOR and by IQNet.


Aucar is committed to constant improvement in its procedures and the products it supplies, as well as in protecting the environment.


The quality requirements we follow are highly demanding and are regularly subject to outside audits by internationally-recognised bodies. This is why the vehicles we supply are above the quality levels of the products generally found on the market.


Our design department works in close cooperation with the production and after-sales service departments to constantly improve the features of our vehicles, in line with our customers’ needs and the quality standards that set us apart.

Further proof of the quality of our vehicles is that we have been chosen to supply one of the most demanding customers of all, the Spanish army.

Quality and environment policy

Aucar Trailer, S.L., is a company specialising in preparing heavy vehicles for the transport and driving school sectors. Since it was set up in 2000, quality has been its main distinguishing feature.


The management of Aucar Trailer, S.L. believe that the best advertisement is a customer satisfied with the products and services we have supplied, which is why our policy aims to satisfy them as well as preserving the environment, taking into account the interactions with our products throughout their life cycle.


To do this we have worked on the following points:


  1. Adapting our company to give customers the highest possible level of satisfaction by being aware of their expectations.
  2. We implement, maintain and constantly improve a quality and environmental management system in accordance with the requirements of the UNE-EN-ISO 9001, PECAL 2110 and UNE-EN-ISO 14001 standards respectively, as well as complying with legislation and regulations related to the product, service, environment, and other requirements to which our organisation subscribes.
  3. Applying the principle of “The customer is always right”.
  4. Constant development of processes and procedures with the aim of achieving improvements in the work we do and in our environmental performance.
  5. We constantly improve our planning, organisation, review and control of our production and service systems, according to the assessment the market demands of us, promoting energy efficiency and recycling right from the product and process design stage, wherever possible cutting the waste and emissions generated by our activities.
  6. We work together with our suppliers and subcontractors to improve their quality and their environmental performance.
  7. We have an open, cooperative relationship with our customers, suppliers, the authorities, our neighbours and with any other sector of society interested in our activities, improving the information we send out.
  8. We train the whole workforce in our environmental management system.
  9. Teamwork as a way of excelling and constantly improving our system of managing and preventing pollution.

Environmental behaviour standards for outside companies

All contractors, subcontractors and suppliers working for Aucar Trailer, S. L. must be aware of and comply with the following environmental requirements:


  1. The contractor, subcontractor or supplier undertakes to minimise any environmental impact associated with the work done on Aucar Trailer, S. L. premises.
  2. Any waste or remains of material generated as a result of work done by the contractor, subcontractor or supplier must be removed as promptly as possible by the said contractor, subcontractor or supplier.
  3. Atmospheric emissions and the noise produced by its activities must not exceed the levels permitted by applicable legislation, so ensuring minimum impact on the area.
  4. Waste water must be disposed of into the drainage or sewage network, and under no circumstances may it exceed the levels permitted by applicable legislation.
  5. Should any accidental spill or escape occur it must be collected up and under no circumstances may it be disposed of into the site’s drainage network. In the event of absorbent waste material being generated (sepiolite, absorbent blanket, sawdust, etc.), this must be removed by the contractor or subcontractor after consulting the head of the Management System.
  6. It is the responsibility of the subcontractor or subcontractor to ensure that no material or waste of any kind is abandoned after doing its work, or dumped either in the soil or into drains.
  7. Expenses generated in proper environmental management arising from work done by the contractor, subcontractor or supplier are to be borne by the said contractor, subcontractor or supplier.
  8. Any environmental risk situation that might arise while the service is being provided is to be reported to the head of the Management System.



Aucar Trailer, S. L. is at the disposal of all interested parties who so require, to clarify any details or doubts in relation to the standards of environmental behaviour adhered to by Aucar Trailer, S.L. and third parties with which it has relations in its activities.

Environmental performance since 2017

AUCAR TRAILER, S.L. has a certified environmental management system based on the ISO 14001 standard.


AUCAR TRAILER, S.L. monitors the environmental performance of approved workshops it works with in Spain and gives priority to workshops with a certified environmental management system.


AUCAR TRAILER, S.L. personnel receive regular environmental awareness training to ensure they can contribute towards fulfilling our planned environmental objectives.


AUCAR TRAILER, S.L. gauges its commitment to the environment through the actions it takes to reduce consumption and waste, focusing primarily on environmental areas with the greatest impact, i.e. fuel and energy consumption and emissions.