Ensuring we work to the highest industry-approved standards and that we are achieving and maintaining compliance is as important to us as it is to our clients. We don’t just do this out of a sense of obligation. We are proud of the reputation we have built over the years and make it a priority to continually adapt and develop in order to deliver the finest service.

Matthews are extremely proud to have associations with many of the recognised trade organisations

We have been members of the RHA for over 50 years. Having been involved with the association in various ways, we are currently members of the international group where we have worked closely with the association on Brexit policy discussion with the government.

The new GDP Guide defines a number of new provisions. The requirements will apply not only to wholesalers and manufacturers of medicinal products; it also incorporates the specific requirements for brokers dealing with pharmaceutical products.

Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) is an association of security professionals and related business partners from high technology and high value companies. Their objective is to address the emerging security threats common to the high-value industry supply chain.

The Chartered body for professionals involved in the movement of goods and people, and their associated supply chains. Delivering career development, relevant information, networking and professional recognition.

ISO 9001 is the world’s most recognised Quality Management System (QMS) standard. It aims to help organisations meet the needs of their customers and other stakeholders more effectively. This is achieved by building a framework to ensure consistent quality in the provision of goods and/or services. SGS ISO9001:2015

The company was founded in 1996 by retailers who wanted to harmonise food safety standards across the supply chain. Today BRCGS are globally recognised across both food and non-food categories and operate the most rigorous third party certification scheme of its type.

Cold Chain Federation exists to represent businesses that run the temperature-controlled supply chain in the UK. Its mission is to educate people about the importance of the cold chain and through constructive engagement, influence the decisions made across our industry, regulators and policy makers.