Our commitment to quality

Buying quality products is all about trusting your supplier, and trust is built with expert knowledge. ABENA is a supplier you can trust. We take an all-around approach to make sure that our products cover every need. 


Explore what quality means to ABENA


Being an ABENA customer is a choice of safety. Our products go through all the necessary tests to make sure that they are safe for you to use.

In the test laboratory at our main production facility in Denmark, we perform quality tests of our own produced and sourced products. Through random-sample testing and on-site quality inspections, we carefully document parameters such as durability and strength. We do so to make sure that we meet the high-quality standards that our customers know us for – every time.



For more than 20 years, ABENA has used third-party audits performed by independent audit organizations to verify our products and business operations. Today, our main production facility in Denmark complies with 16 different certificates to quality management, energy management, and social responsibility, among other areas.

Opening up to independent audits is our way to demonstrate how we consider all the touchpoints that ABENA directly or indirectly affect throughout our business.



We operate in diverse markets where documentation, certifications, and standardized procedures are of very high priority. Providing our customers with the required documentation is therefore not only time-saving but also ensures ease-of-business.

Our documentation includes:

  • Declarations and certificates
  • Use and application
  • Safety requirements


To us, quality goes hand in hand with environmental care. We have a long history of collaborating with various ecolabels to document that our products are produced with care for nature, based on criteria specific to the product and/or production process. We provide life cycle calculations (LCAs) on many of our products just as we have set an ambitious goal to have 70% of all ABENA products labeled with an ecolabel by 2030.