National and International Traceability
Vanasse & Associés offers its expertise and services available in enterprise management, supply chain management and logistics, in international trade (import export) and in Canadian and American customs programs, SAFE Frameworks – AEO/WCO among others.
Furthermore, we add a collaboration with AECOM Consultants Inc., an engineering consulting firm with an expertise in the agri-food as well as pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries combined to a scientific approach. This can take different approaches and be applied to most sectors of industry:
Support to implementation and/or as selected
- Analysis and determination of traceability needs depending on products, sectors of activities, markets (actual or projected) and legislation in force
- Traceability planning
- Analysis and determination of needs for support and traceability tools (equipment, software, etc.)
- Support for technological options
- Implementation of traceability
- Establishment of costs, investment and profitability
- Procedures and processes (ISO, HACCP, customs, etc. including recalls)
- Links between HACCP (or ISO 22000 and ISO 9001) and traceability
Realization of compliance and traceability audits, according to sectors of activities and legislation in effect:
- Import into Canada
- Export to the United States
- Export to other countries
- Existing traceability system(s)
- Procedures and processes (ISO, HACCP, customs, etc.)
- Staff training sessions (individual or multi firms)
Why do we speak about and apply the principles of traceability?
Why do we implement traceability systems?
Government authorities at all levels impose their requirements; importing countries do as well. In addition, within the context of globalization where the productivity and competitiveness of companies are more than ever the deciding factors, traceability and the management of supply chain and logistics take on a capital importance for companies.
The impacts of globalization make traceability an issue beyond the food sector and impact all industries: from the transportation of goods, security and customs requirements (origin, admissibility to programs such as CUSMA or CETA or TCA, record keeping, etc.) to pharmaceutical, cosmetics, textiles, cars, aerospace, etc. In short, everything is traceable!
- Traceability is essential for all sectors
- Traceability is profitable, a value-added, part of an integrated approach that brings profits
- It is a management model with numerous advantages and benefits for the company
HACCP and Traceability: An essential duo in the agri-food industry and also published on CRIQ Website.
La tracabilité dans le cadre de la mondialisation (Traceability and Globalization) – Revue L’Actualité ALIMENTAIRE, Vol. 4 No 5, November 2007, Les Éditions Comestibles Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada
La rentabilité de la tracabilité (Profitability of a Traceability System) – Revue L’Actualité ALIMENTAIRE, Vol. 4 No 5, November 2007, Les Éditions Comestibles Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada
La tracabilité aux États- Unis, pratiques nord-américaines (Traceability in The United States, North American Practices) – Les Éditions Techniques de l’Ingénieur, Paris, France, No TR962, 20 pages, November 2007 (Authors: Therese Vanasse, C. Adm. and Florent Mercier, ing., Tecsult Inc.)
La tracabilité au Canada : faits et pratiques (Traceability in Canada: Facts and Practices) – Les Éditions Techniques de l’Ingénieur, Paris, France, No TR960, 21 pages, May 2007 (Authors: Therese Vanasse, C.Adm. and Florent Mercier, ing., Tecsult Inc.)