Den Hartogh Logistics is setting higher standard in the field of transport services – after recording an average score nearly 20% higher than the average.
The average SQAS (Safety and Quality Assessment System) score on transport services in the market is 77%. Yet Den Hartogh Logistics is setting standards higher with an average of 96%.
SQAS (Safety and Quality Assessment System) is a system to evaluate the quality, safety, security and environmental performance of Logistics Service Providers in a uniform matter. This is done by a single standardised assessment, carried out by independent assessors, using a standard and very detailed questionnaire. The questionnaire is developed by Cefic, which is the The Chemical Industry Council, representing 29,000 large, medium and small chemical companies in Europe.
The SQAS assessment system helps Den Hartogh Logistics in identifying and improving their potential weak areas. It is a means for continuous improvement and therefore an important element of Responsible Care applied to the logistics operations.
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