Jmp has been providing the Maltese market with Vikan products for over a decade, a hygiene partner that is acknowledged worldwide. These goods are available to more than 90 countries around the world.
Hailing from Denmark with over a century of experience, Vikan have amassed the industry’s largest bank of hygiene and regulatory insights, and used this to develop the world’s most effective professional cleaning tools and advisory services. These tools are addressed to the food and beverage industry and other hygiene-sensitive environments.
Their sole purpose is to help keep food production and other hygiene-sensitive environments cleaner and safer.
Vikan has grown, and the company’s current position as a global market leader is closely linked to technology.
Invented by Vikan and now an industry standard in most of the world, the hygienic colour coding of cleaning tools reduces the risk of cross-contamination – a major cause of food safety issues – by making sure the tools are only ever used in their intended plant area.
The colour-coded Vikan Hygienic range meets all needs for colour-coded cleaning tool segregation, and ensures compliance with HACCP requirements as well as food safety standards that include FSSC 22000, BRC, IFS and SQF.
The products come in 12 different colours to safeguard against contaminant migration, while their comprehensive range varies from the tiniest brush to clean parts of machinery to pipe brushes, buckets for cheeses and milk production.
In addition, whether producing, processing, serving or selling food, proper cleaning tools and utensil storage is critical to meeting hygiene and tool maintenance standard. This is where Vikan Hi-Flex Wall Bracket system comes in, a highly respected choice within the market today.
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