If you are not at home at the time of delivery, we can also simply park your delivery at a desired location on your property. Simply download the parking permit, complete it and make it accessible to our driver. Simply stick it to your letterbox, for example.
IMPORTANT: Without your signature and the other required information on the parking permit, we can unfortunately not park your delivery!
- easier access to customs simplifications in accordance with Article 14b paragraph 1 of the DVZK
- fewer physical customs controls and checks on documents
- priority clearance in the event of a check
- the check may be carried out at a place other than that of the customs office concerned
EN ISO 9001 defines the minimum requirements for a quality management system (QM system) that an organisation must meet in order to be able to provide products and services that meet customer expectations and any official requirements. At the same time, the management system shall be subject to a continuous improvement process.
The eight principles of quality management are:
2. management responsibility
3. involvement of the persons involved
5. system-oriented management approach
6. continuous improvement
7. a factual approach to decision-making
8. supplier relations for mutual benefit
ISO 14001 focuses on a continuous improvement process as a means of achieving the defined environmental performance objectives of an organisation. The continuous improvement process is based on the method Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA):
- Planning: Definition of objectives and processes to achieve the implementation of the organization’s environmental policy
- Execute: the implementation of the processes
- Check: Monitoring the processes with regard to legal and other requirements as well as objectives of the environmental policy of the organisation; if necessary, publishing the environmental performance (the success of the organisation with regard to its environmental protection measures)
- Optimize: If necessary, the processes must be corrected (adapted).
- to analyse all risks to food safety within a company’s area of responsibility
- identify the critical control points for food safety
- establish intervention limits for the critical control points
- establish procedures for the continuous monitoring of critical control points
- to lay down corrective measures in the event of discrepancies
- verify that the food safety system is appropriate
- document all measures taken