Primoris Belgium has a new manager since 11 February: Dr. Lies Vanhee. She takes over the wheel from Dr. Eng. Carine De Clercq, who as manager of the Primoris Holding will focus on the development of the entire Primoris group.
When dropping off samples at our lab in Zwijnaarde this past month you probably noticed some containers on our car park. This is indeed well-spot, as we are currently carrying out some thorough reforms to our laboratory.
This spring Ciboris, partner of the Primoris group, organises a number of trainings concerning food safety and quality. A new addition to this calendar are two trainings on risk assessment of allergens.
We have updated the changes to the European legislation on our website on 15 February. We provide an update of these changes every two weeks, in order to closely monitor the current and future legislation.
Proficiency tests are part of Primoris’ everyday operation. These are independent tests that try to verify the analysis quality of a laboratory. This article provides you with an overview of the proficiency tests in which Primoris participated in January and February.
Last year Primoris donated € 0.50 per sample received in 2018 to 3 charities or organisations that were suggested by our customers and employees. In this newsletter we focus on the ngo Trias, more specifically its project "Quinoa, vegetables and potatoes in Ecuador".
Closing dates 2019 | New street number since 1 January
Primoris Belgium is only closed on the official Belgian holidays in 2019, which can be found on the link below. In addition, we would like to remind you of our new street number, which changed on 1 January 2019 from 2/3 to 90 (zone A6b).