Quality & Certification
"Impextraco has a long tradition of meeting and exceeding the highest quality standards."
We rely on a rigorous, integrated system of quality checks, physical inspections, analytical controls and good manufacturing practices based on a strategic risk evaluation. The implementation of our Quality System at all our production and distribution facilities has three main ingredients: HACCP, QA/QC and a full traceability.
In addition to our in-house quality control tools and procedures, our operations comply with the highest EU and worldwide safety regulations established by numerous international feed safety authorities, such as FAMIQS, GMP and ACS. Our state-of-the-art facilities and experimental units in Belgium and Brazil comply with all strict international guidelines.
The “GMP”-certification becomes Feed Chain Alliance “FCA”. Both logos will be used together untill May 2018, when FCA will be the only name that will be used.
Our approach to quality control is backed by strong ethics, tradition, experience and a close collaboration with the academic world.
The global spread of COVID-19 and the subsequent extreme measures that countries are implementing to slow down the virus have had and are having a serious impact in all of us.
Impextraco has increased its safety protocols as we continue to monitor the situation closely. This has translated into both an international travel ban for our sales force worldwide and the implementation of home-office policy for all employees whose presence at site was not essential for the daily operation.
Having said that and despite these moments of hardship, our production plant and distribution centers continue to operate at full capacity thanks to our factory team. Similarly, our QA/QC teams are guaranteeing the same high quality standards as usual and last, but not least, our diligent customer service team is assuring the delivery of our products under these exceptional circumstances.
I am a pig farmer in Queensland and I use Elitox® routinely in sow and weaning diets to help manage the challenges that mycotoxins can cause.
It is also used on an “as needs” basis in further rations if raw materials are deemed to present a higher risk. Use in sows is to optimize both fertility of sows and liveability of young pigs. We have been previously contended with lesions and discoloration of ears, feet and tails in weaning pigs. We attributed this to mycotoxins.