Denofa has chosen a flexible information system from Prevas. The delivery includes Prevas’ product Mikon, which is a powerful analysis and reporting tool used, for example, to improve quality and productivity.
Denofa is one of the larger companies in Fredrikstad, Norway, and annually imports approximately 430,000 tons of non-gene-modified and sustainability-certified soya beans.
The soya beans are processed at their facility into soya meal, soya oil and soya lecithin. Although the products are delivered to the domestic market, more than half are exported to other European countries.
Denofa works continuously with ensuring traceability and sustainability throughout the product chain. They have chosen Mikon from Prevas as their tool for ensuring optimal follow-up and quality of the raw materials and processed products.
“We put a lot of effort into tracing and quality control,” says Tore Skaaden, lab manager at Denofa. “With Mikon, we get a professional tool that will make us even better at quality. We’ll be able to save a certain amount of manual work, but most important is that we’ll have a secure database-grounded solution that is created for tracing, quality, data integrity and transparency.”
Mikon has been developed by Prevas. It is a flexible industrial information system that is used for LIMS (Laboratory Information Management Systems), tracing, emissions control, OEE and general product follow-up.
Caption: Raw materials storage at Denofa in Fredrikstad, Norway.
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