Wednesday, September 16, 2020

We are proud to announce that CODIPRO has been ISO 27001 certified by the certification organism Euro-Quality Systems.

The internationally recognized ISO 27001 certification proves a good information security management. It provides companies of all sizes with clear guidelines for planning, implementing, monitoring and improving information security. It is therefore the most important certification in the field of cybersecurity.



The treatment of risks related to IT systems has always been a priority subject within the society, but only a few companies have so far obtained the ISO 27001 certification. “We are therefore even more proud to have fulfilled the criteria for obtaining it”, says Fabienne ANNET, HR & Quality Manager and head of the ALIPA Group’s integrated management system. An information security management system that is compliant with the ISO 27001 standard is constantly being optimized and adapted to new circumstances. This way, weaknesses can be identified before they become a security flaw.

Such an information security management system certainly protects the company against undesirable interruptions, the consequences of possible computer attacks, data loss or abuse. With the ISO 27001 certification, CODIPRO therefore wishes to support, among other things, its sustainable development.



Today, it is also important to meet external requirements in terms of European regulations, particularly in the context of the new General Data Protection Regulation”, explains Fabienne ANNET. The ISO 27001 standard ensures that data is both used optimally and stored securely. The information security policy thus contributes to protection against operational risks – a priority requirement that auditors and European regulations impose on companies.



For CODIPRO, another objective of the certification is obviously to establish a solid base of trust with its customers. The fact that a company treats information conscientiously is an essential criterion for many customers and partners in their decision whether or not to share their data. “We can now present ourselves as a reliable service provider that has obtained the certification in this respect. This will certainly help us to retain our existing customers, but also to attract new ones“, concludes Mrs. ANNET.

Thursday, October 03, 2019

Friday, September 06, 2019

Tuna industry players are pushing for the adoption of more technologies to further improve their operations and help promote the proper conservation and management of tuna and other critical marine resources.

Joaquin Lu, president of the Socsksargen Federation of Fishing and Allied Industries, Inc. (SFFAII), said Tuesday the move will be the main focus of the 21st National Tuna Congress, which is slated Sept. 4 to 6 at the SM Mall Trade Halls here.

He said around 700 domestic and foreign tuna industry stakeholders, officials and representatives of various government agencies, as well as non-government groups, are expected to join the congress.
This year’s theme is “The Tuna Industry: Embracing Technologies and Sustainable Strategies.”
Lu said the theme is anchored on the concept of promoting sustainability that is supported by technologies.

He acknowledged that sustainability of tuna resources, which is a major concern for the industry, can only be achieved if conservation and management measures are dutifully observed.
International and regional agreements calling for the preservation of species and recovery plans should also be harmonized, Lu said..

“Sustainability means no overfishing. It means that we should promote an environment that for tuna and tuna-like species to spawn and propagate for another season of catch. The intention is not to deplete our resources,” he said in a press conference.

Lu said the tuna industry aims to continuously upgrade its systems and processes “to achieve full efficiency while being ocean-friendly.”

Organizers said the three-day event will tackle electronic monitoring, surveillance and control system; catch documentation and traceability technology solutions; emerging technologies for processors; and commodity, market and stock assessment.

Dubbed the “Tuna Capital of the Philippines,” the city hosts six of the country’s eight tuna canneries.

The industry, which generated export receipts of around PHP22 billion in 2018, directly employs some 27,290 people and provides livelihoods to 109,160 others through various secondary activities.


Friday, July 12, 2019

We can't wait to see you again.. 🤝👍
Please drop by our New Branch Office here in General Santos City and meet our TPI Gensan Team. We are located in P. Acharon Blvd (Front of Matutum Hotel and besides Rolee Bakeshop).
Here are some products on Stock to serve our Fishing, Shipyard, Construction, Mining, Steel, Cement Customers and etc. 🏗🚢🎣🔧
1. Super Tuna Chains 
2. Connecting Links 🔗
3. Shackles
4. Hooks
5. Turnbuckles
6. Cutting and Grinding Disk. 💿
7. Thimbles
8. Wire rope Clips
9. Snatch Blocks
10. Chain Block and Lever Block
And more...
For inquiries, you may reach us here:
☎️083 553 1491
"We see our Customers as invited guest to a party, and we are the hosts. It's our job everyday to make everyday important aspect of the customer experience a little bit better" - Jeff Bezos
See you all soon and remember We are with you all the way.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019


Saturday, June 22, 2019

Message from our President & General Manager, Mr. Ruperto S. Bagsik.

"To All Our Customers, Suppliers & Business Partners - We thank you for all your support and cooperation during the past 36 years. We hope and pray that with the opening of our Branch in General Santos City, we can better serve our customers in Gensan and other areas in Mindanao including the nearby countries. From the Officers, Management & Staff of Techpro Philippines, Inc."

Friday, July 06, 2018

Campbell Chain Sling Grade 100

Founded in 1919, Campbell is the largest manufacturer of welded and weldless chain in the United States. Users of Campbell chain can select from a wide range of working load capacities including proof coil, high test, transport and alloy; finishes including self-colored, Blu-Krome®, galvanized and bright color polycoated; links that are short, long, twisted, locked, looped, even stamped from flat stock. Several chain types are even available in solid brass and bronze.
Campbell chains and assemblies, including slings for overhead lifting, tie-downs and binder chains, have earned for the manufacturer an outstanding reputation for quality.

Thursday, July 05, 2018

Redesigned latch assembly features extra-thick steel construction

Campbell® Cat. No. 5746695PL 3/8" Grade 100 Quik-Alloy® PL Clevis Sling Hook with Latch
Sparks, Maryland – Campbell®, a premier brand of chain and fittings from Apex Tool Group, today announced its new improved Grade 100 Alloy Sling Hooks. The new green-painted hooks are available in both clevis and eye styles and are made for use with Grade 80 and Grade 100 chain slings. Latched models feature a new heavy-duty latch and spring assembly.
The new latch and spring assembly is designed for exceptional durability. The heavy-gauge, high-strength steel latch with reinforcing rib provides ultimate rigidity and bending resistance and has a yellow chromate finish for corrosion resistance. The double-strength spring ensures the latch is held against the hook to securely retain slings and other components. For added durability, the hooks are designed with dual forged support bosses, providing lateral support for precise latch/hook alignment and engagement.
“These U.S.-made Sling Hooks are designed for extreme durability and long life,” said Lyn Bethea, Campbell product manager. “The new heavy-duty latch is stronger than ever before, but is also easy to replace in case of damage.”
With a 4:1 design factor, the new Alloy Sling Hooks meet or exceed the requirements of ASME B30.9 and B30.10. The working load limit ranges from 5,700 lbs. to 35,300 lbs.
Along with Rated Capacity and Made in USA markings, a Latch Code is forged into each hook for easy, accurate replacement ordering

The DSR lifting ring is a double swivel ring. It is specially designed for simultaneously lifting and rotating loads. Its double swivel action ensures perfect.
It consists of a GRADUP steel ring that can swivel under the load. The ring swivels 180°, but has a rotating range of 360°.
All DSR models have a safety factor of 4 and 5, which means that their breaking load is four or five times greater than the capacity indicated in the technical sheet.
The DSR model is available in either male or female versions (FE.DSR).
Backed by its design department, CODIPRO is able to design customised lifting rings for specific needs.
Each swivel lifting ring is delivered with a user manual and a certificate of compliance. They are ISO 14001 and ISO 9001certified in keeping with essential safety requirements.

The CODIPRO team, always listening to the market and keeping an eye on its trends, works constantly to improve and develop its range of swivel lifting rings.
The GRADUP range has been especially developed to be the quintessential swivel lifting ring, particularly in terms of the quality of the raw materials used.


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