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Resumption of the Tangier Med – Port of Motril maritime line

A few days ago, the news came to light that the Port of Motril has managed to reopen the shipping line with the port of Tanger-Med, Morocco. The Balearia shipping […]

Keys to Morocco’s boom in berries

“Partida Logistics emphasises the “unconditional support” by the Moroccan Government to the companies and investments such as the Dakhla Atlantic port and the West Africa Customs-free Zone.” In recent years […]

“Partida Logistics: 99 years of experience in customs clearance”

In eComercio Agrario we interviewed Álvaro Partida Lopez, Deputy Director & Head of Communications at Partida Logistics.  Since joining the family business, he stands out for his contribution to the development of […]

Partida Logistics ‘prepared for whatever comes’

Álvaro Partida of Partida Logistics explains how the Spanish customs agency has adapted to the twin challenges of Covid and Brexit to help exporters in Spain, Portugal and Morocco reach […]

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The Bahía de Algeciras Port remains in the TOP 20 of worldwide CONNECTIVITY

The best connected Mediterranean port with 157 direct connections with other ports, where more than 20 shipping companies operate in the docks of the Strait dock, as well as the […]

South Africa gives back green light to Spanish ports for their citrus exports

The African country complies with the European regulations required by Spain. South African authorities have informed the Ministry of Fisheries and Food that they have decided to lift the veto […]

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The customs representative – role and relevance

The name “CUSTOMS REPRESENTATIVE” was created in 2010. Its former name was “CUSTOMS AGENT”. The customs representative plays an essential part in the carrying out of commercial transactions at a […]

Interview with Fruit Today Magazine: Algeciras is a trusted port for citrus imports

Partida Aduanas points out the advantages of the Cadiz anchorage for citrus fruit exports. In 2019, the Port of Algeciras touched the record figure of 110 million tonnes of activity […]


Logistics and transport in Spanish ports

Through Spain, by sea, almost 85% of imports enter and 65% of exports leave. The 28 Port Authorities that manage the 46 ports of general interest, keep the machinery greased […]

Verification of Conformity Programme – Kingdom of Morocco

Dear Customer, We inform you about the implementation of the Verification of Conformity Programme, which was enforced on February 1st, 2020, applicable to specific categories of products imported into Morocco. […]

Partida Aduanas chooses the ERP _b firstfor its digital transformation

PARTIDA, the leading Customs Agency and Logistics Operator in Southern Europe, is committed to improving the efficiency and operability of its customs and logistics activities. For this it has the […]

Changes in phytosanitary import requirements

We would like to remind and inform about the upcoming changes in the Phytosanitary requirements for import of fruits and vegetables from the EU. From December 14th, 2019, all the […]

Veintepies Interview: “Partida ends 2018 with its 95th. Anniversary and with the re-certification of OEA”

85% of goods dispatched by PARTIDA are horticultural products. Ninety five years give so much, and during all this time the company Partida Logistics has become a specialized organization in […]

FreshPlaza Interview: “South American citrus exporters choosing Spanish ports once again”

For years, South American exporters have been refusing to ship citrus fruits to Spanish ports due to rejections after inspections and phytosanitary controls; a difficult decision, considering the short transit […]

ABC Interview: “Which services do you offer to your clients?”

PARTIDA was founded in 1923 by Fernando Partida Palma who became a Transit Commissioner in the Port of Algeciras. At present, they continue providing services related to Customs Clearance. Álvaro […]