Quality policy


Respect for quality and the search for continuous improvement are at the heart of TIMAB Magnesium.
Complying with benchmarks and customers demands is at the heart of what TIMAB Magnesium’s quality department does. 
In agricultural applications, for animal nutrition and plant nutrition, TIMAB Magnesium is FCA and ISO 9001 certified. The scope of the certification includes all subsidiaries and wholesale activities. 
In the field of industrial applications too, our Quality department holds daily discussions with our integrated as well as approved factories to ensure perfect production control.

Our Quality scheme is not only a performance tool, it is also a general state of mind within the business.

Demanding suppliers partnerships

In addition to its integrated mining and industrial activity, TIMAB Magnesium also has conducts major wholesale business.

This involves work in advance such as research, selection and monitoring of suppliers in order to establish long-term partnerships.

Delivering faultless quality products in total compliance with regulatory requirements is our priority. This is why we carry out a mandatory approval process before working with any new factory. This first key stage enables us  to guarantee that every product put on the market complies both in terms of regulations and quality.

Traceability is ensured on a daily basis

Keen to achieve food safety targets and to comply with the requirements of hygiene measures (regulation 178/2002), traceability is guaranteed for each stage of the process:

  • Production
  • Storage
  • Transport

The control plans for our products are based on our HACCP audit. These are adapted to the final application of the product and its chemical family. Depending on criticality and markets, some of our products undergo clearance tests.

Continuous improvement

Continuous improvement

On a daily basis, the TIMAB Magnesium department holds discussions with our approved factories to ensure perfect production control. Our Quality scheme is not only a performance tool, it is also a general state of mind within the business. Customer relations are at the heart of what we do.

Thanks to a regulatory department 100% dedicated to the legal environment of our products, we carry out multi-business and multi-region regulatory monitoring. This enables us to guarantee to our customers that our products comply with all current regulations.

Animal Nutrition


We comply with the following regulations:

  • Feed Hygiene: Regulation (EC)
    No 183/2005

  • Placing on the Market and Labelling Regulation (EC)
    No 767/2009

  • Raw material authorization: regulation (EU)
    No 68/2013

  • Undesirable substances and contaminants: regulation (EU)
    No 574/2011 and (EU) No 277/2012

  • Authorization for use in organic agriculture:
    Regulation (EC) No 889/2008 – Title V


We comply with the following regulations:

  • Compliance with FDA regulations
    Bioterrorism Act of 2002, Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) of 2011 (current)

  • Compliance with animal nutrition programmes established by US states – licence, labelling, tonnage reporting

  • Raw materials authorised by the Association Of American Feed Controls Official (AAFCO) and compliant with regulation 21 CFR 589.2000 & 2001
Plant Nutrition

Plant Nutrition

In Plant Nutrition, we comply with several regulations, always adapting to precise local constraints:


  • Fertilizer and conditioner raw materials: periodic analysis of trace metals carried out in compliance with the law of 3 September 2003.

  • Direct use fertilizer: compliant with (EC) regulation No 2003/2003 (for Europe) and standard NFU 42 001-1 (for France)

  • Basic mineral conditioners: compliant with (EU) regulation No 463/2013 (for Europe) and standard NF U 44 001 (for France)


Compliance with fertilizing materials programs put in place by US states and with AAPFCO regulations – licence, labelling, tonnage reporting


We undertake to comply with your current regulatory requirements: product authorization/type approval, legal labelling, contaminants, etc.