Certificering: Dijkstra Plastics to continue to hold BRC AA status and FSSC accreditation in 2020
To guarantee food safety and quality standards, both production sites and its warehouses were subjected to an audit. During this audit for BRC Packaging and FSSC 22000 standards, all internal quality processes were tested. This year, like previous years, Dijkstra Plastics past all tests
Plastic Pact: Dijkstra Plastics joins the Plastic Pact initiative
Here at Dijkstra Plastics, we have been processing plastics for many decades, especially polypropylene (PP). Based on these experiences, we know that plastics are a collection of strong, light and flexible materials that can be easily applied. The use of plastics brings a lot of comfort and convenience to our daily lives.
The number of requests coming in at Dijkstra Plastics have been growing in recent years. Part of these requests involved low-quantity purchases, which we were unable to deal with. After identifying this growing opportunity, we started to explore the possibility of setting up a web shop to be able to provide even more users with our packaging buckets.
On time delivery: Fast delivery of plastic buckets, at all times
If you deal with the production and sale of food on a daily basis, you know how important it is for these products to be packed correctly. For example, they must meet strict safety requirements, be easy and efficient to handle in transport and, of course, offer sufficient ease of use for users.
The 2021 Interpack trade fair can be visited in Düsseldorf from 25 February to 3 March 2021. Here at Dijkstra Plastics, the preparations for this event are in full swing. Interpack is the event where packaging takes centre stage. Machine manufacturers, raw material suppliers and packaging manufacturers will all be present during this international trade fair, showcasing a variety of their products and accessories.
New website: Dijkstra Plastics has decided to renew its online presence and to further intensify it
Since the acquisition of HK Plastics in 2016, two separate websites have been kept online: both the Dijkstra Plastics website and the HK Plastics website. In the beginning, this was important to guarantee the continuity of receiving and welcoming visitors. Later on, however, with the further integration of the two companies, it was decided to work towards a single website.