PSSI Introduces Value-Added Services Program

PSSI Introduces Value-Added Services Program



KIELER, WI ─ Packers Sanitation Services Inc. (PSSI) has announced an expanded offering to complement its core contract sanitation services. The Value-Added Services Program (VASP) assists food processors with a variety of nonproduction jobs, saving costs, and helping overcome staffing issues.

Roger Beers, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, PSSI

“This program helps simplify the complexities of facility operation and improve overall business efficiency,” says Roger Beers, Vice President, Sales and Marketing of PSSI, according to a press release. “VASP allows our customers to focus on their core competencies of production.”

Sanitation programs can consume a substantial portion of any plants daily operating resources, which is why outsourcing the services through contract sanitation can allow operators to focus on primary business. With VASP, PSSI provides workers to carry out these and other tasks during production shifts:

  • Dry pick-up, including tracking pick-up weights so customers can identify potential sources of waste
  • Tub washing and utensil and cart cleaning
  • Trolley room operation and repair
  • Recycling
  • Janitorial and housekeeping services

VASP eliminates the challenges that companies often have filling these roles by utilizing the PSSI human resources platform to recruit, train, and manage team members. The program aligns with PSSI’s trusted and proven sanitation services for plants regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as well as the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).

PSSI provides contract sanitation services to more than 450 food processing facilities daily. Its 15,000 employees in the United States and Canada focus on helping customers deliver safe food to the supply chain. 

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