GFSI for Storage and Distribution Facilities
Why do I need GFSI certification for storage and distribution?
GFSI certification is the ticket to doing business in the food industry.
Manufacturing facilities that are certified to a GFSI audit scheme must ensure that their contracted third-party storage and distribution providers are complying with GFSI storage and distribution requirements. It’s likely that you’re here because your customers are requiring you to become GFSI certified to continue doing business.
Since storage and distribution is a key component of the supply chain, GFSI certification provides a link between all stages of product manufacturing and its distribution to retail environments.
What’s in it for me?
Besides the business logic of achieving more opportunities to work with clients, storage and distribution centers benefit by reducing their food safety risks, eliminating audit redundancy, and improving operational efficiency. By investing in continuous improvement in your food safety management system, you can confidently deliver safe food to consumers worldwide.
Distribution centers that supply to multiple GFSI-certified companies will eliminate the need for individual second-party audits from each GFSI customer by attaining certification.
What are my options?
Here are some of the options we offer for GFSI certification in storage and distribution.
How can AIBI-CS help?
Our team of office staff, auditors, and certification managers will help you along every step of the process – from selecting a certification scheme that’s right for you, to congratulating you when you finally achieve certification.
Call 1-800-633-5137 or e-mail us today to find out how we can help.