Pre-formed packaging purpose

Pre-formed is used within our .

Implementation: Pre-formed packaging

To avoid the presence of in the pre-formed packaging, the packaging in inspected visually before use. 

Before use, the packages are visually inspected on the inside. Attention is paid to the absence of plastic residues and other foreign . It is also assessed whether the packaging is .

Non-standard packaging is kept separate. When changing the packaging type or at the end of the working hours, a count is made of the abnormal packaging. The are recorded. 

The following information is provided: 

  • Type of packaging;
  • Batch number / lot code;
  • Number of abnormal packages;
  • Total found abnormalities.

All abnormalities are communicated to the as a .

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