SEVENUM – Within the markets where Dinnissen operates, customers place high demands on process and technology knowhow and applied solutions. Dinnissen plays a leading role here as a supplier and sets itself goals to safeguard this position.
In addition to continuously innovating customer-centred products and solutions, Dinnissen has worked hard in recent months and achieved its goal of full ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certification.
“As an organisation we’ve shown continued steady growth for years,” says Operational Director Wouter Kuijpers. “This has convinced us that our success has resulted from customer focus, ongoing innovation and striving for quality.” Among other things, this comes from the long-standing relationships that Dinnissen maintains with its customers. In the past, there were various reasons for not deciding to go for ISO 9001 certification. However, owing to the standard’s new ‘High Level Structure’ (HLS), now is the moment to demonstrate that the processes within Dinnissen meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. For existing and future customers, this certification will endorse the fact that quality and continuous innovation are fundamental to Dinnissen’s DNA.
Dinnissen’s environmental management system is an important tool for formalising principles and monitoring progress. This way of working should lead to the organisation being raised to a higher level in the environmental field. Dinnissen sets a high priority on the environment. This is evidenced, inter alia, by the fact that an environmental management system has been set up in accordance with the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard. However, managing environmental risks and reducing environmental impact are not separate tasks; they form part of Dinnissen’s day-to-day operations. This is why environmental management is integrated within the ‘High Level Structure’ quality management system.
The general sharing of information is playing an increasingly important role in our society. The expectations within Dinnissen are that information security will therefore become an increasingly important aspect, not only for our society but also for our business operations. The management of Dinnissen has chosen not to wait until it is forced to take measures by the market but to react pro-actively. “In order to demonstrate to stake holders such as customers, suppliers and employees that we take this very seriously, we have certified our information security management system in accordance with the requirements of ISO 27001: 2013,” says Wouter Kuijpers.
Obviously, the Dinnissen organisation must continuously comply with statutory requirements, covenants and guidelines in the area of quality, environment and information security. However, Dinnissen goes one step further. “As an organisation we want to be and remain a reliable partner for all stake holders. The ISO certification will contribute to this end,” states Wouter Kuijpers.
Dinnissen Process Technology is the specialist in handling and processing bulk materials. Complete processes for the milling, sieving, weighing, mixing, dosing, drying, expanding, extruding, vacuum coating, packaging and transporting of powders, grains and granulates. Developed, tested and manufactured in-house. Dinnissen operates internationally with 180 employees and 70 years’ experience in bulk materials technology, machine development, processing, engineering, control, automation and service. We strive for innovation and market development, aimed at developing (custom-made) products for our customers, wherein the production is under our own management. Improving ergonomics, efficiency and hygiene play a key role in this. Dinnissen is active in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food, pet food, feed and aqua feed industry.