Kenya : Renewal of certification for the storage and distribution of food products in Nairobi


( BOLLORE) – Bolloré Transport & Logistics in Kenya has renewed its BRC Global Standard Certification for Storage and Distribution at its dedicated FMCG Warehouse in Nairobi. The certification scope covers storage of ambient stable food products and consumer products as well as re-packing of pre-packed food and fully assembled consumer goods.

Following an audit made by DNV GL Kenya Limited, the Bolloré Transport & Logistics food facilities in Nairobi were awarded an AA rating, which attests to the highest level of quality.

The audit covers critical areas such as risk assessments and mitigation, hazard analysis and a critical control points study to assure safe product handling within the warehouse. Other aspects of the audit covered implementation of the quality management system, site standards, operating practices as well as the management’s commitment to maintaining standards.

The BRC Certification confirms our commitment to deliver the highest standard of service to our customers. Thank you to all our teams involved in this project. “said Haim Konforti, Head of Operations for Bolloré Logistics in Kenya.

The BRC Global Standards certification is an internationally recognized distinction awarded to companies in the food storage and distribution industries, that meet the globally benchmarked standards of best practices for quality, hygiene, and product safety.

The Global Standard for Storage & Distribution is designed to ensure that the quality and safety of products are maintained during their storage and distribution, so as to uphold customer confidence.

About Bolloré Transport & Logistics in Kenya

Bolloré Transport & Logistics in Kenya is headquartered in Nairobi with branches in Mombasa, Kisumu, Malaba, Busia, Lokichoggio, Namanga and Eldoret. The company offers 360-degree supply chain logistics services and in particular, operates over 125,000SqM of warehousing facilities across the country dedicated to value-added warehousing solutions and specialized services for soft commodities. Thanks to this unique network of agencies and the quality of involvement of its 1.000 kenyans employees, Bolloré Transport & Logistics in Kenya works with its clients to build supply chain and contract logistics solutions) for the FMCG, retail, manufacturing, mining, oil, gas, telecommunications, humanitarian aid and energy sectors.

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