Edible Oils Manufacturer, Oil Supplier
Edible oils are the types of oils used in food — both for cooking (like canola and olive oils) and as supplements (like flaxseed oil). Aside from food, edible oils may also be used in oil painting, wood finishing and skin care.
In particular, the production of oils derived from palm, soybean, rapeseed and sunflower seed has increased more than 60 percent in the past decade. These types have also accounted for more than 90 percent of the total global output of oils and fats.
And it is estimated that by the end of 2016, the global production of edible oils is expected to be over 180 million metric tons. With such a hugely growing commodity, the means for getting edible oils from refinery to its demanding consumer base needs to be seamless and efficient.
DDA Transit has established, implemented, maintained and certified with an effective Food safety management systems, i.e. HACCP since Nov.2006 & ISO 22000:2005 including PAS 220:2008 since sept.2008.
The system had been audited on yearly base by the 3rd party, ISOQAR, to evaluate & confirm the continued fulfillment of the requirements of ISO 22000:2005.
Top management and its employees are committed to protect the environment and operate with responsible manner to minimize and control the environmental impacts concerning our operational activities, products and services through developing, implementing and maintaining the Environmental Management System based on ISO 14001:2004. The company is committed to:
Ø Produce Edible Oil and its products through complying with applicable environmental laws, regulation and other requirements.
Ø Prevent pollution, reduce waste and minimize consumption of resources.
Ø Train and aware employees about Environmental performance
Ø Encourage environmental protection among stakeholders and customers.
Ø Continually improve all aspects of the company operations for better environmental performance through setting measurable EMS objectives and targets, and the policy will be available for the public.
Approved Date: June 10, 2016