Eurofins Global Control GmbH


Neuländer Kamp 1
21079 Hamburg
Germany

Phone.: + 49 (0) 40 49294 3450
Fax: + 49 (0) 40 49294 3456
E-Mail: global@eurofins.de

global@eurofins.de


Eurofins Consumer Product-
Testing GmbH

For mineral oils, chemicals,
as well as non-food
products we offer the
following services:

  • Inspection
  • Survey


Wir bieten Ihnen service-
dienstleistungen  für
Mineralöle, Chemikalien
sowie Non-Food Produkte.

  • Inspektion
  • Survey

Welcome to Eurofins Global Control

Supply chain control worldwide

Importers and traders face a particular challenge - to maintain consistently the quality of their products from the country of origin to the consumer. If after arriving in Europe the products are tested and found to be out of specification, importers might have to pay for their disposal. All too frequently the goods arriving in Europe are quite different from those that were supposedly tested prior to leaving their country of origin.

Risk minimisation

  • Know the risk of your product before it arrives.
  • Ensure conformity with European food and feed law.
  • Know your supplier. Ensure traceability, HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points), Good Hygiene Practice, transparent fishery…

Worldwide services

  • Sampling and inspection services in most countries worldwide.
  • Laboratory services in Europe, USA, Brazil, India and China
  • Consulting, audits and food safety inspections in selected countries, e.g. in China, India, Pakistan, Vietnam, Costa Rica

Service references

  • Rice: full sampling and inspection set-up in India and Pakistan
  • Fresh fruit: field sampling, auditing of packaging plant for grapes, pomelos, pears etc. with full set-ups in China, Turkey and India
  • Sea food: audits and inspection of production plants in China and Vietnam

Need further information? Contact

Eurofins Global Control GmbH

Neuländer Kamp 1
21079 Hamburg
Germany
Phone.: + 49 (0) 40 49294 3450
Fax: + 49 (0) 40 49294 3456
E-Mail: global@eurofins.de

Aktualisierung durch: GAKR
Letzte Aktualisierung: Mittwoch, 4. Mai 2016