Results for: "Exporters" - "Import Agents" in "Woodstock, Cape-Town, South Africa"

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7 Woodlands Rd

Woodlands Rd

Woodstock

7915

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.961945

18.480311

50 Strand St

Strand St

Woodstock

7925

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.9267009

18.4560997

Meat Exporters 

Meat exporters export different types of meats outside the boarders of South Africa. The meat is usually transported by land and air. Meat products exported by the companies in South Africa include beef, pork, poultry and game meat such as Springbok, Kudu and antelope. Meat exporters are regulated by the government. To operate as a meat exporter the company must obtain written permission from the veterinary authorities of the country of destination where the meat is being imported. This is called an import permit. There are a number of meat exporters in South Africa.

Meat exporters can also export other agricultural products including fruits and vegetables. Information on how to become a registered meat exporter is available online. Meat exporters must ensure they have the correct abattoir, cutting plant and cold storage facilities. These will be regularly inspected by government regulators. Meat exporters strive to provide world class service to their customers. Meat exporters make use of different modes of transport during the exporting of the meat.

This means they have to continuously work to ensure optimal freight rates and routing options for their clients. Using reliable and trusted carriers for their meat exports is also important for their business. Meat exporters have to ensure that the product is always delivered fresh and in good condition in the destination country. Meat exporters work on a seasonal basis, some meat products maybe in low supply during certain seasons

Meat Exporters 

Meat exporters export different types of meats outside the boarders of South Africa. The meat is usually transported by land and air. Meat products exported by the companies in South Africa include beef, pork, poultry and game meat such as Springbok, Kudu and antelope. Meat exporters are regulated by the government. To operate as a meat exporter the company must obtain written permission from the veterinary authorities of the country of destination where the meat is being imported. This is called an import permit. There are a number of meat exporters in South Africa.

Meat exporters can also export other agricultural products including fruits and vegetables. Information on how to become a registered meat exporter is available online. Meat exporters must ensure they have the correct abattoir, cutting plant and cold storage facilities. These will be regularly inspected by government regulators. Meat exporters strive to provide world class service to their customers. Meat exporters make use of different modes of transport during the exporting of the meat.

This means they have to continuously work to ensure optimal freight rates and routing options for their clients. Using reliable and trusted carriers for their meat exports is also important for their business. Meat exporters have to ensure that the product is always delivered fresh and in good condition in the destination country. Meat exporters work on a seasonal basis, some meat products maybe in low supply during certain seasons

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