Fraudulent Food is becoming an increasing problem

Friday, September 5th, 2014

‘Food Fraud’ appears to be gaining interest as an emerging risk given the increasingly global and complex nature of food supply chains. While there is numerous scholarly and media articles written on the subject that have been published, no systematic compilation of these reports exist. With this in mind UK ministers are now backing the national food crime prevention framework to ensure measures are put in place to protect consumers.


Viscose Closures ‘World Wide Customer Base’

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

When conducting business with Viscose you can be completely assured that you are dealing with a company with historic credentials.

Not only are we are happy to tell everyone that we have been in business for over 100 years but furthermore we have an established worldwide customer base that stems back decades. What is interesting is that most of these customers were established before the days of the internet and even Google translate, which, as we know today makes it far easier to transact globally and grow your customer base.

Due to our decades of international trading, we have an experienced export department, knowledgeable in all forms of export documentation, certificates of origins, the varying freight terms, and whether you need your goods via sea, air or by the container, this is no problem at all  Whether your transactions are preferred via letter of credit, cash against documents, we can do whatever you require.

We deal with customers as far as New Zealand, South Korea, Egypt, Singapore, Canada, USA and many many more.

Check out our worldwide customer map below


Upcycle, Recycle or Repurposed

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Upcycle, recycle, re-purposed or whatever your preferred term, up-cycling is a great way to reuse unwanted or discarded materials to reduce our footprint.

Up-cycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value’

In developing countries, where new raw materials are often expensive, upcycling is commonly practiced, largely due to impoverished conditions.

We need to realise that this terminology and way of thinking is here to stay in today’s society.