Together with the GMP+ Community, we strive for Feed Safety Worldwide. This goal, and shared responsibility, is something we can only achieve when the entire feed chain commits to safe feed. However, no one has to do this on their own without support.
For the GMP+ Community, we, GMP+ International, have developed various means of support materials. Our existing Feed Support Products for example, are tools to provide aid in either to help meeting requirements from the GMP+ FSA or GMP+ FRA modules or give support in processing data and information relevant to their business.
The animal feed chain businesses need to manage constant changes on the feed market. Innovations and services are continuously improving and adapting to an ever changing and dynamic global market. With our global collaborations in the feed market we see that services and products are being brought to life that can contribute to safe feed but sometimes lack the distribution channels or industry approvement to bring this to the right end user. Services that ensure efficient maintenance and improvement of feed safety management systems. These services will also contribute to the use of standardized and uniform modes of operation in the feed supply chain.
With the introduction of GMP+ Registered Service we want to bring these innovations closer to this end user within the GMP+ Community. Business who meet the requirements stated in the GMP+ Registered Services Regulations are approved to endorse their services with the GMP+ Registered Services-logo. This enables them to market their services for the GMP+ Community, while meeting the high level of feed safety assurance.
This program results in double harvest:
Businesses meeting the terms, conditions and requirements stipulated in the GMP+ Registered Service Regulations, are encouraged to sign up via this application form. Please contact Olyn San Miguel from our Business Development team to get more information.
Consilium Tronina Przemyslaw
mr. Przemyslaw Tronina
(Authentication System for
Certified Feed Transport)