Joubert Group

Quality has always been and will remain our foremost concern

The group’s quality policy is focused on the following 4 areas:

  • Product/service quality
  • Quality of staff
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Cost control

Active involvement of the entire Joubert manpower in the quality policy and the various tools made available both materially (lab, 3D…) and organisationally (FMEA, SPC, 5S sites, action plans, performance indicators, etc.) enable our company to improve and generate sustainable growth.

Quality & environement Joubert

Our ISO 9001 certification confirms our commitment to continuous improvement and our uncompromising determination to satisfy our customers.

Since 2015, the Joubert France (design) and Joubert Tunisia (production) sites have been IATF certified in order to better meet the specific needs of the automotive market.

Some products are also TUV (Germany) and BSI (British Standard Institute) certified.

All our Polaire snow chains are certified and approved according to the most important European and American laws: UNI 11313, Ö-Norm V5117, Ö-Norm V 5119, DOT, UTAC.

The certification of our products is the guarantee that each Polaire snow chain meets with the international standards. This is an independent certification body that performs numerous laboratory and on-site tests, with vehicles on ice and snow, to verify the quality of our snow chains.

UNI 11313 standart


Simulates the worst towing conditions over the life of a vehicle.

V5117 Standart

Ö-Norm V 5117 STANDARD

The marking displayed on a type-tested product in accordance with the Austrian standard (ÖNORM V 5117) for passenger car snow chains.

V5119 Standart

Ö-Norm V 5119 STANDARD

The marking displayed on a product in compliance with the very strict Austrian standard (ÖNORM V 5119) relating to snow chains for trucks, buses and medium-duty trucks.

Standard OEKO-TEX CQ1302-1 IFTH


The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certification guarantees the absence of harmful substances in our textile products: woven or knitted rigid or elastic tapes, woven or knitted rigid or elastic cords, knitted, braided or tubular laces and elastic cables.

Snowchain standard EN 16662-1


EN 16662-1 is a common European standard for snow chains. It replaces all existing national standards, in particular the Austrian standard Ö-Norm V 5117, the Italian standard UNI 11313 (ex CUNA NC 178-01) and the French standard NFD XP R12-781.

Mountain Law II sign

The Mountain Law II makes it compulsory to have snow tyres or snow chains in the concerned massifs, between the 1st of November and the 31st of March of each year. Polaire snow chains comply with the Mountain Law II.

To control the impacts on the environment we work on the entire life cycle of our products.

Systematic decisions are made throughout the life cycle of our products with a view to controlling the impact on the environment.

This involves the following initiatives:

  • waste reduction during design and industrialisation
  • preservation of resources required for production (including energy saving)
  • recycling of production waste into reusable raw material in similar applications
  • recycling of waste through the various networks