Taiyo relocates ingredient storage to Germany

By Nathan Gray contact

- Last updated on GMT

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Japan-based food and functional ingredients player Taiyo has relocated its European ingredients storage facility to outside Hamburg in Germany to provide the industry with a smoother supply and better product safety.

Taiyo said the new storage facility, provided by specialist logistics company In Time, guarantees safe import and transport, proper storage and compliance with GMP regulations and HACCP standards.

In addition, the Japanese company said customers will now benefit from a smoother supply process and faster, more flexible delivery to the EMEA region.

The move will also mean Taiyo can better ensure product purity by using a variety of storage rooms for both odourless and pungent products.

“The need for new storage facilities was driven primarily by our growing portfolio of organic raw materials,”​ said Dr Stefan Siebrecht, managing director of Taiyo GmbH. “With In Time, we have found the ideal logistics partner for our product portfolio.”

“This food-specific and organic-certified storage solution makes it possible to further improve our already high quality standards. With the online warehouse management system, we are able to view and manage our stock of ingredients and individual consignments at our company headquarters at any time,"​ he added. 

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