Customs and Logistics for the Automotive Industry

We offer customs and logistic services within the supply chain that are adapted to the needs of suppliers, manufacturers, importers, exporters and distributors.

  • Customs Proceedings – Import, Export and T1
  • National and international land transport
  • Express services: hand carrier, van, trailer. Dedicated express transport
  • Storage
  • Cross-docking operations
  • Advice on foreign trade – Project management
  • Management of dangerous goods (ADR)
  • Sea transport coordination with Morocco

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"Morocco - Strategic market for automotive suppliers"

“Morocco is the main car manufacturer for the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa) and the second most important one in Africa. This provides a strategically important point for the industry because of its location and its commitment to an industrial acceleration plan. An automotive ecosystem has been devised based on this plan, which has been joined by many European suppliers.”

65% of the exports arrive at European countries, and Spain and France represent a 45% of said percentage. The European Union is positioned as the first client of Morocco and vice versa – 50% of the imports to Morocco come from Europe.

This country’s automotive industry moves around € 20,000 million in exports of batteries, cameras, electrical wiring, etc. Currently it is considered, together with the Czech Republic and Vietnam, one of the most promising emerging markets worldwide for the automotive industry.

We are experts on the following subjects:

Fruit and vegetable
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Frozen and fresh
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Textile

Safe transportation
of live animals

Automobile

Renewable
energies

Dangerous
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Customs and logistic services

We are a human team of over 100 people working in our office in Algeciras, at the border inspection point (PIF) and in our branch at the port of Motril, to ensure the application of all the customs and logistic operations needed for the import and export of goods through containers and lorries.

Advice on foreign trade

The Customs Representative plays an essential part in the carrying out of commercial transactions at a global level, since their main task is to facilitate the import and export of goods subject to customs inspections, and to apply trade policy measures.

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