AgriPlace and Eurofins collaborate to enable simple lab analysis management

AgriPlace is excited to announce that it now has a live connection with the Eurofins Food, Feed, Water Benelux (LZV). The connection is now available in the lab analysis module, which automatically retrieves lab results on a data level. This allows for enhanced risk assessment for every supplier and product.

Eurofins LZV is a part of Eurofins Scientific and a global player in food and feed testing. They offer supply chain solutions from the purchase of bulk raw materials to the final product at the retailer and specialize in contaminant analysis, a market leader with the biggest scope under accreditation. This makes the partnership a powerful addition to AgriPlace Chain for the shared client base.

The connection is now available in the lab analysis module, which automatically retrieves lab results on a data level. This allows for enhanced risk assessment for every supplier and product.

Eurofins Lab Zeeuws Vlaanderen is part of Eurofins Scientific, the global player in food, feed water environment, pharmaceutical and cosmetic product testing, discovery pharmacology, forensics, advanced material sciences, and agroscience Contract Research services. Eurofins LZV specializes in residue analysis, making it a powerful addition to AgriPlace Chain for the shared client base.

Increasing requirements
AgriPlace Chain allows the automated management of customer requirements regarding analyses and certificates within one platform. Chain tackles the challenges of the complexity of the rising quality requirements from supermarkets, standards, and other institutions.

One place for supplier & product approval
The connection helps Eurofins and AgriPlace Chain clients to connect the dots regarding their supplier and product approval processes – all data is now automatically available in one place. Naturally, the connection only retrieves results safely and upon consent.

Automated insight in risks
"The Eurofins connection allows our clients to easily analyze and answer questions, such as which growers present the most significant risk, how many MRL violations a particular product has had, and where blacklisted active ingredients were previously found," according to the managing director of AgriPlace, Nico Broersen

'The Lab Analysis module automates the collection of results from laboratories and suppliers, which means less manual work and clear results," he said. "The pdf report and corresponding results are automatically retrieved, organized, and stored within the private connection with the lab, based on product, variety, supplier, and/or grower. This ultimately allows users to slice and dice lab results on an insightful data analysis dashboard.

For more information:
Nico Broersen
AgriPlace
Email: ncm.broersen@agriplace.com
www.agriplace.com 


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