Koole Terminals recently completed the FSSC 22000 certification programme for the terminals in Nijmegen, Pernis, Amsterdam and Zaandam.
FSSC 22000 stands for Food Safety System Certification. This international standard in food safety including food fraud and food security focuses next to the storage sector on the logistics sector.
“Koole’s responsibility towards its customers is to always proactively work on quality, safety, hygiene, and food safety”, said Klaas Verburgt, HSEQ manager at Koole Terminals.
“The food safety system represents an all-round methodology for hazard analysis and risk management based on HACCP principles, therefore continuously improving the effectiveness and efficiency of food safety. With this extensive and global standard, our national and international renowned customers have guaranteed assurance of an excellent, integrated and reliable food safety system.”
Dominique Timp, lead auditor DNV added: “This FSSC 22000 certificate is confirmation of the performance of the food safety management system of Koole Terminals.
“By achieving this certificate, Koole proves that they meet the highest standards in the area of food safety and set great value on continuous improvement. What has impressed me during the audit is the enthusiasm and the high level of involvement of the employees. They remain modest as an organisation, but work hard and set the bar high.”
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