Bridging the Missing Link: Supply Chain Safety & Integrity in the warehousing and logistics sector

Brand owners are focused on product integrity more than ever before. At BRCGS, we set the benchmark for best practice, helping to provide reassurance that products and services are high quality, legal and safe.

Independent research, carried out by the University of Birkbeck, demonstrates that organisations operating to BRCGS standards improve food safety, operational efficiency, commercial growth, improved profitability and broad-based innovation.

The sector is faced with many issues that can affect product safety and quality during their storage and distribution throughout the supply chain.


The global storage market is forecast to grow by 6% to $265.17bn by 2023. The global distribution market is forecast to grow to $81bn over the same time period, however, this is likely to be a conservative estimate given the recent spike in e-commerce.


✓ Protect company reputation, brand and image


✓ Address consumer assurance demands and demonstrate industry best practice by encouraging the development of a product safety culture


✓ Reduction in risks and potential liabilities associated with storage and distribution


✓ Increased market access and market share (entry barrier removed)


✓ Regulatory compliance and reduced costs of failure


✓ Improved business improvement through continual improvement by enhancing root cause analysis and internal audit requirements, as well as access to BRCGS Service Package


✓ Compliance with a standard that is in line with GFSI 2020 requirements and accredited to ISO/IEC 17065