iPoint supports NIBE on their path to making the world more sustainable

Swedish multinational relies on iPoint for efficient hazmat management

 

iPoint is proud to announce that its flagship software, the iPoint Compliance Agent, has been selected by NIBE Industrier AB to achieve their sustainability targets.

NIBE is committed to making the world more sustainable through its solutions for indoor climate and comfort and its components and solutions for measurement, control, and electrical heating. The Swedish multinational has grown from its beginnings in the Småland city of Markaryd to a global group with more than 13,000 employees in Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia.

Efficient hazmat management with the iPoint Compliance Agent
As a globally operating group, NIBE is subject to international and national legislation in the area of environmental and social product compliance including, for example, the European chemicals regulation REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals). The iPoint Compliance Agent (iPCA) assists NIBE in efficiently identifying hazardous materials and managing material approvals – thus supporting the Swedish multinational in realizing their vision to create world-class solutions in sustainable energy. iPCA accesses a central hazardous materials database in which all information of relevance to the materials is stored, including safety data sheets. Among other things, this software solution takes account of the stipulations laid down in the EU regulation REACH. Together with the module SAM-M (Substances, Articles and Mixtures Management), iPCA facilitates efficient management of hazardous materials. It automatically monitors substances, mixtures, and articles, while complying with all statutory provisions and amendments.

“We are very excited that NIBE has chosen iPoint as a partner”, says iPoint CEO Joerg Walden. “iPoint looks forward to supporting NIBE in developing compliant, sustainable products, thereby making an active contribution toward securing a sustainable future.“