At the heart of our business is a motivated workforce on the road and behind the scenes who offer you a wealth of experience, round-the-clock dedication and robust procedures and management systems to ensure quality. Training, personal development and quality reviews are essential reasons why our business remains dynamic.
Rutges Cargo Europe meets the requirements of the following worldwide acknowledged Quality, Security & Customs standards:
- GDP (Good Distribution Practice)
This is a quality system for warehouse and distribution centers dedicated for medicines. Internationally accepted pharmaceutical GDP regulations stipulate that distributors of pharmaceutical products must align their operations with the standards.
- TAPA TSR-1 (Truck Security Requirements)
The TAPA Trucking Security Requirements specify the minimum acceptable standards for security throughout supply chains utilising trucking and associated operations, including the methods to be used in maintaining those standards. They are designed to ensure that your high-value assets are transported across the globe safely and securely.
- ISO 9001:2015
ISO 9001:2015 is the International Organization for Standardisation in Quality Management.
- AEO (Authorised Economic Operator)
The mission of the Authorised Economic Operator scheme is to: facilitate legitimate trade, reinforce safety and security, harmonize and standardize the application of customs controls and provide an electronic environment. Anyone involved in the international supply chain that carries out customs related activities in the EU can apply for AEO status.
- Regulated Agent
Regulated Agent refers to a or transport company that carries out security controls of air cargo or air mail as approved or required by the aviation authority. The approval of security measures gives the company a defined security status, which provides added value also to its cooperation partners and interest groups. The approval is valid throughout the European Union.
PayChecked in Transport is a quality mark that transport companies demonstrate that they pay their employees as agreed in the collective labor agreement and that their personnel and payroll administration is in order.