Baltic Control® Certification performs control of DANISH Transport Standard. The DANISH Transport Standard summarizes the requirements for cleaning and disinfection of vehicles coming from abroad with the intention to prevent diseases such as swine fever and foot and mouth disease to enter Denmark. If you as a farmer choose to use DANISH-approved transporters, you ensure that you only use transporters who comply with the quarantine rules after transport abroad. This means that we minimize the risk of getting unwanted infection and diseases into the country when driving cross borders.

Carriers and exporters who choose to join the DANISH Transport Standard scheme will be certified by our trained auditors. They will be audited and obtain approval for a maximum of 3 years.

Registration for the DANISH Transport Standard can be done by completing a declaration of accession, which can be found here. Fill in the form and send it to Baltic Control® Certification either per e-mail to cert@balticcontrol.com or print and send by mail to our address: Baltic Control Certification A/S, Sindalsvej 42B, P.O. Box 2199, DK-8240 Risskov.

For further information about DANISH Transport Standard – please click here

Other relevant links :

DANISH Transport Standard

• Declaration of accession to DANISH Transport Standard

 

Für deutsche Version:

Links zu Informationen über DANISH Transport Standard:

DANISH Transport Standard

• Beitrittserklärung zu DANISH Transport Standard

 

Share this:

Thea Kirkebæk Larsen

+45 70 27 06 09
tkl@balticcontrol.com

09.
September 2020

Baltic Control® Certification still supports the Danish authorities efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). We have updated our instructions on how audits, especially on animal welfare, will proceed in the months ahead.

Read more
16.
March 2020

Baltic Control® Certification supports the Danish authorities efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). The instructions will have an impact on how audits, especially on animal welfare, will proceed in the coming weeks.

Read more
28.
February 2019

WelFur is the first animalwelfare focused initiative ever to achieve recognition on highest EU level

Read more
01.
November 2018

Baltic Control® Certification moved to larger facilities at Kulsviervej 150 north of Copehagen

Read more