Focusing quality – this is how we live and work day after day at Express Küchen. Our daily work is encouraged by a certified quality management system. What does that mean? In our kitchen production all processes and interactions are transparently formed and recorded – because thoughtful workflows are an important element for protection of quality.

One of the most important standards in quality management for businesses in all sectors and sizes is the DIN EN ISO 9001. In 2017 Express Küchen was certified by ISO 9001 as all requirements of quality and safety were passed without difficulties. In 2017 the recertification followed – an expression of our continuous improvement process. We constantly continue developing – and ensure long-term quality and safety.


Our kitchens were precisely tested – the result is obvious. Express Küchen represents reliable quality, durability and safety. This is proved by the "Golden M" which is the only officially accepted quality label for furniture in Germany.

Our kitchens were checked by strict test procedures during an audit. Express Küchen passed all of them successfully. We also ensure a long-term consistent quality level. The production of our kitchens is safe, functional and non-toxic. With the award of the "Golden M" we prove real quality and highest standards.


For us, it is not just the quality, design and function of our kitchens that counts. Environmental protection is written large. This starts with the procurement of our wood-based materials and runs through production all the way to logistics. The circle then closes when we dispose of our timber waste in compliance with the law for recycling to generate heat. 

We have been both PEFC and FSC® certified since many years, meaning that we hold both certificates of sustainable, responsible forestry – the first German kitchen manufacturer to achieve this. Perhaps you are wondering what these certificates mean? To put it briefly, our wood-based materials are procured under fair conditions – fair to both humans and nature. Areas of forest worthy of protection are a no-go for us, just like significant conversion of forests to plantations, genetically modified planting and illegal deforestation.