Flexoplast has been rewarded with the highest grade ‘AA’ regarding to BRC and is allowed to keep the ISO certificate. ISO and BRC both have their own requirements. ISO is regarding to management systems, where BRC is regarding to hygiene and food safety.


The ISO certificate concerns the management systems.

It has as goal to manage risks continuously, and minimize the risks of our products for our customers.


Contents of ISO are as follows:

  • Scope
  • Normative references
  • Terms and definitions
  • Context of the organization
  • Leadership
  • Planning
  • Support
  • Operation
  • Performance evaluation
  • Continual Improvement


With Flexoplast’s allowed to keep it’s ISO certificate, it shows we minimize risks for our customers as much as possible.



BRC stands for British Retail Consortium. It began as the possibility to show to your customers, that the company has certain kind of standard regarding to food safety.

In these days, the BRC is widely adopted, not just throughout the UK but around the world. By a manuel, there are certain kind of measures, which are factual captured.


Fundamentals for BRC are:

  • Senior management commitment and continual improvement
  • Hazard and risk analysis
  • Specifications
  • Internal audits
  • Traceability
  • Housekeeping and cleaning
  • Process control
  • Training and competence


The certificate is valid for 1 year, which means that the company is tested every year to check if the certificate is still up-to-date. At 5 or less minors, the company will achieve ‘AA’ grade; the highest grade possible within the BRC standard.


To Flexoplast, gaining the ‘AA’ grade, it’s not only a conformation that our quality is as we would like it to be and are rewarded for it, but also a possibility to show our customers the standard of our quality is very important to us and that we’re able to meet this standard this high.


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