Organising smart stock management of plastic buckets

Having a continuous supply of plastic buckets in stock would, of course, be a solution for every company in the food industry. However, hardly anyone has enough space to accommodate the in-house storage of all that plastic packaging. Not to mention the financing involved in such an undertaking. Finding an alternative supply solution would be desirable, right?

 

Fast delivery of plastic buckets, at all times

Here at Dijkstra Plastics, we understand this problem better than anyone else and we do everything we can to provide you with a full-service solution. One of our solutions is to store the stock of plastic buckets for you in our own warehouse. So you can rest assured that if you need new plastic buckets in the short term, you can be supplied quickly, which in turn means you can always supply your own customers on time.

Reliable delivery, at all times

Having two production locations simply makes us more flexible compared to just one production location. The reliability of our organisation is reflected in many other areas as well. For example, both our production locations meet the BRC Packaging and FSSC 22000 certification standards. This means that they are approved for the food industry and meet the food safety standard for food producers.

Want to know more about what we can do for your company in the field of plastic packaging for the food industry? Want future deliveries of your plastic packaging to always be on time?

If so, contact us


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