Action program for sustainable CC pool14 November 2019
A properly functioning CC pool should normally offer logistical efficiency for the entire floriculture chain. However, broken plates, inflow of illegal plates and false or broken CC labels are now causing numerous operational problems for both users and Royal FloraHolland. An action program by Container Centralen aimed at improvements must ensure a sustainable and future-proof CC pool.
Following the ultimatum previously issued by Royal FloraHolland to Container Centralen (CC), Container Centralen recently presented its action program in a constructive consultation.
CC-pool improvement action program
CC will publish its action plan on its website in the coming weeks. In week 47, the measures for the plates and in the following weeks those for CCTAG 5 labels, zero tolerance policy and scanning. Also read the press release from CC.
Improvements in the interest of both our members and the sector
Response Yme Pasma (COO Royal FloraHolland): "In the Container Centralen ultimatum, we addressed the issue of it taking insufficient responsibility to ensure a good quality product. With its presented action plan, Container Centralen is once again doing its part and showing that it takes the urgency of solving the problems seriously. We will of course continue to closely monitor the progress of these measures. And where possible, we will help CC in the interests of both our members and the industry. "
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