What is a logistic service provider?

Logistic service providers are parties such as cold-storage facilities, order picking locations, traders, web shops or internal invoicing offices. The Better Life label has three categories of logistic service provider: types 2a, 2b (wholesalers) and 2c (traders). Only type 2b (wholesalers) are audited and certified for the Better Life label. Download the file for a more detailed explanation of this company type:

Explanation of logistics service providers

When a logistic service provider processes the product whereby during (part of) the production process the Better Life label is no longer an inseparable and integral part of the product, it is covered by the company type ‘processor’.

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Additional documents for logistics service providers

The latest versions of these documents can be found on the Regulations page:

  • User protocol and style manual
  • Guidelines delivering to non-participants
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