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Food safety control as per the auto-inspection system

As a catering professional, it is of fundamental importance that the foodstuffs you offer to your consumers are 100% safe. In the event of quality concerns you are the one to blame. You are therefore legally obliged to develop and operate a self-checking system. Our experts are qualified to audit and validate this self-checking process. This helps you to guarantee food safety and traceability.

Discover our services :

  • Self-checking system in the industrial kitchen sector (**)
  • Self-checking system in the Horeca sector (**)
  • Self-checking system in the BtoC sector (**)


(**) = under accreditation BELAC 016-INSP, 016-PROD, 016-QMS

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Jul19

Gheysens Smart Lifting specialises in industrial removal, crane rental, specialist transport and transport of art. Most importantly, they form a team of experienced experts who are not afraid of a challenge. Being a family-run business, they also do everything they can to ensure that they optimise their safety and operations.

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Apr03

At Milcobel the Digi-Tags solution was implemented on lifting equipment inspected by Vinçotte which improved the auditing process in their Langemark site.

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Mar29

VINÇOTTE is nominated for the DataNews 2023 Awards for Excellence (category 9) as Enterprise Application Innovator of the Year! That makes us very proud but we would even be more proud if we could win an ICT award as a non-ICT company… and therefore we need YOUR support.

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Dec19

This month marks 150 years since Vinçotte was officially founded...

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May20

Now that the Belgian competition authorities have given their approval, Vinçotte is officially part of the Kiwa group.

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Dec01

PRESS RELEASE, 1 december 2021 - Employees at Vinçotte and Kiwa were informed this morning about the decision reached by both companies to merge. By joining forces, Kiwa and Vinçotte will be able to confidently move towards creating a one-stop-shop for testing, inspection and certification services (TIC) that will be able to support clients across the world with a wider range of services.

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Jun28

Today, it is estimated that close to 150 million tonnes of plastic are in the ocean. This number is only predicted to increase in the coming decades, even overtaking the biomass of fish by 2050. As plastic breaks down and penetrates living organisms, it disrupts their natural cycles… and also ends up on our plates.

As for the billions of tonnes of plastic remaining on land, a mere 7 to 10% are being recycled1. The rest ends up in massive landfills, pollutes the soils, or is burned – releasing dangerous toxins into the air and contributing to greenhouse gas emissions.

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Mar13

The compulsory CE marking on machinery opens the doors of Europe to you.

In exchange for this the European regulations lay certain obligations on you. The CE marking on machinery indicates conformity with all applicable European directives (or with their transposition into national law) that require such marking. Logically it is the Machinery Directive that contains the most specific requirements for machinery. Nevertheless conformity with the Machinery Directive is not necessarily sufficient and for many machines other directives wil also have to be followed. So particularly when one first becomes acquainted with this issue the situation can come over as reasonably complex. Our intention is in short, in a practical and straightforward way, to set out the various steps that are necessary in order to place on the market or put into service a machine in Europe.

This practical guide also includes our decades of experience with CE-marking of machines. Feel free to download it and get in touch with us if you need more info.

Please note that the Machine Directive on which this white paper is based will be replaced by the Machine Regulation from 20 January 2027!

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