The History of Paarl Vallei Bottling Company
The modern facility is situated just outside Wellington on the R44. Paarl Vallei Bottling Company was started in 1996 by the shareholders due to the growing need for specialized services and the growing export market. The first wine was bottled in December 1996 and the formal opening was on January 18, 1997.
The facility is equipped with 3 bottling lines and 1 labelling line a well-equipped laboratory and warehouses for packed products and dry goods and a loading bay for container loading.
Paarl Vallei Bottling does work for the shareholders and contract bottling for other customers. The company employs 90 permanent employees and throughout the year local people are used through labour brokers to do ad hoc work.
To handle, package, store and despatch wines and other beverages in full, on time and cost effectively according to national and internationally accepted product safety, legal and quality standards to satisfy our customers’ and shareholders’ needs.
To be the preferred contract packer in the South African wine and beverage industry and to become a benchmark contract packer nationally and internationally.
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Exclusions and justification for exclusions:
Design and development of products - PBM is a service provider and all customers are responsible for their own design and development of packaging within PBM capability to handle the packaging material. SQA where it is the responsibility of the client to ensure compliance to specification and food safety - Packaging or raw materials used for processing are selected and provided by the client. Selection of suppliers used by PBM's clients is outside the direct control of PBM. Materials provided by the client constitute customer property and are controlled by PBM to prevent their damage or deterioration while it is on our premises.