Transportation service for live animals

Logistic support for the safe transportation of live animals

Ever since the first transfers of live animals through the port of Algeciras, at Partida Logistics we have established ourselves as the best option for this task, thanks to our longstanding expertise on regulations involving EU and non-EU countries of destination, specially Morocco.

For over 30 years since the transportation of dangerous goods started, we have been handling these operations with utmost care given their safety-related requirements.

To carry out these proceedings, 18 members of our team will be welcoming you and ready at the border inspection point (PIF) both to load for departure and unload at arrival. Certain operations such as disinsection of lorries will apply.

Moreover, our team of over 100 people work in shifts 24 hours a day, 365 days a year at our main office in Algeciras.

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We are experts on handling safe and compliant imports and exports of live animals.

Additional services for the transportation of live animals

Export clearance

Import clearance

Return freights in Ferries

Disinfection services

Professional advice on relevant regulations and documents

We ensure full coverage of the logistic chain for the transportation of live animals

Our detail-oriented working method is one of the biggest advantages of choosing us for your import and export operations.

Once the animals arrive at the port of Algeciras or Motril, we handle every single detail of their movements within the port.

For the movement of animals outside the port, we put our clients in touch with the best carriers, whom we know thanks to our longstanding experience in the field.

In addition, some of our team members are based at the border inspection point, which simplifies any administrative proceedings, shortening waiting times and minimising delays.

We are experts on the following subjects:

Fruit and vegetable
produce

Frozen and fresh
products

Textile

Safe transportation
of live animals

Automobile

Renewable
energies

Dangerous
goods

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