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Posted 16 April 2007 - 07:59 AM

Dear all,

I have been contacted by one of our clients regarding a new version of the BRC/IOP Packaging standard that will be published by BRC in July. Does anyone have any information regarding this standard? I understand that there will be major changes from the previous version. How long will companies have to make the change?

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Posted 16 April 2007 - 04:00 PM

Dear Friend,

I get the information that BRC IoP standard will be revised and then issued by end of 2007. In case of launched new version, BRC often to let the certified companies for the transition period at 6 months.

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Posted 19 April 2007 - 07:46 AM

Dear all,

I have been contacted by one of our clients regarding a new version of the BRC/IOP Packaging standard that will be published by BRC in July. Does anyone have any information regarding this standard? I understand that there will be major changes from the previous version. How long will companies have to make the change?

Thank you in advance,
Gail
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Not heard anything yet; I will be speaking with a colleague from a Cert Body for BRC/IOP in the next few weeks; I will see if I can get an update.

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Simon

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Posted 29 April 2007 - 09:37 AM

Not heard anything yet; I will be speaking with a colleague from a Cert Body for BRC/IOP in the next few weeks; I will see if I can get an update.

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Hello!

I have hear, that there will come an new version in 2008.

Many packging manufactors have outsorced their activities for storage and delivery. This logistic companies has to fullfill also hygiene requirements.

One main changes in the new version ist, that the logistic compaies has to fullfill the BRC Standard "Logistic and Storage" (there are 3 modules) a n d must be certified by a Cert Body.

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Posted 29 April 2007 - 07:57 PM

Hello!

I have hear, that there will come an new version in 2008.

Many packging manufactors have outsorced their activities for storage and delivery. This logistic companies has to fullfill also hygiene requirements.

One main changes in the new version ist, that the logistic compaies has to fullfill the BRC Standard "Logistic and Storage" (there are 3 modules) a n d must be certified by a Cert Body.

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Roland

Thanks Roland. I see it's being changed to push the new BRC stoarge and distribution standard - KERCHING!

From the BRC website on the storage and distribution standard:

BRC Global Standard - Storage and Distribution

Meeting the requirements of the BRC Storage and Distribution Standard ensures best practice standards are developed, implemented and maintained for any organisation involved in the storage and/or distribution of goods.

Storage and distributor companies can be certified against this Standard to demonstrate their competence in maintaining product safety and integrity.

The Standard is equally relevant to companies storing and/or distributing food, consumer goods and packaging. The Standard is applicable to all forms of transportation.

Storage and distribution is the link between all stages of the product supply chain and retail. The introduction and the implementation of this Standard represents the efforts made to ensure product safety and integrity through the supply chain.

Key Features

The Standard contains separate modules for the different sectors within the supply chain, namely storage, distribution, wholesaling and contracted specialist services offered by storage companies such as:

Product Inspection/Sorting
Contract Packing (Repacking, Assembly Packing)
Quantity Control Inspection
Contract Chilling/Freezing/Defrost Operations

EU Regulations (No. 178/2002, No. 852/2004) legally oblige food storage and distribution companies to ensure systems are in place to supply safe and legal products.


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