Portco Packaging adopts ReposiTrak compliance management solution

12 September 2019 (Last Updated September 12th, 2019 15:01)

US-based Portco Packaging has partnered with ReposiTrak to incorporate its compliance and risk management solution that meets Safe Quality Food (SQF) standards.

US-based Portco Packaging has partnered with ReposiTrak to incorporate its compliance and risk management solution that meets Safe Quality Food (SQF) standards.

The packaging firm has selected ReposiTrak based on SQF Institute’s endorsement for compliance management and audit, as well as document collection.

ReposiTrak chairman and CEO Randy Fields said: “ReposiTrak gives Portco a holistic platform to manage its food safety documentation, audits and processes.

“By using ReposiTrak, Portco will ensure that its manufacturing facilities are meeting SQF’s high standards.”

Portco Packaging is headquartered in Woodland, Washington, and offers multi-wall bags, standup pouches and printed roll stock for holding fresh, frozen, dry and wet goods.

The company operates two SQF-certified manufacturing facilities, including one for flexible packaging in Woodland and the other for multi-wall bags in Toppenish, Washington.

Portco Packaging president Kent Wall said: “Our mission is to make the highest quality, safest flexible packaging in the most responsible way. ReposiTrak’s automated compliance management system helps us achieve that goal.”

ReposiTrak is a subsidiary of Park City Group that offers compliance and risk management solutions to support all supply and demand chain activities for retailers, manufacturers and their trading partners.

It has 90,000 buyer / supplier connections across the platform and endorsements from various trade groups such as Food Marketing Institute (FMI), Retailer-Owned Food Distributors & Associates (ROFDA) and Global Market Development Centre (GMDC).

In May, Portco Packaging purchased an S1 DS slitter with an integrated laser module from Comexi to expand the company’s influence in the US flexible packaging market.