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Noatum Málaga obtains GMP + FSA approvals

Noatum Terminal Málaga is now certified according to Good Manufacturing Practices and Feed Safety Assurance criteria

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Noatum Málaga obtains GMP + FSA approvals

Noatum Terminal Málaga, part of Noatum Maritime, has made significant investments in handling agrifood products have been made, and further investments are planned in the coming months


The GMP + Feed Safety Assurance certificate guarantees that all the products intended for animal feed in all the links of the food chain are harmless. The GMP+FSA certification scheme includes the requirements of the ISO 9001 quality management system, HACCP, product standards, traceability, process monitoring, prerequisite programmes, and the Early Warning System (EWS).


Joaquín Ramón Lestau, CEO of Noatum Terminal Málaga, said: "This is another milestone in the investments that we are making at the terminal, according to the new commercial strategy that involves giving the terminal fresh impetus in order to attract new imports of agrifood products."


To support these activities, Noatum Terminal Málaga has so far invested in 6,000 m2 of warehouses, a mobile harbour crane, the latest eco-hopper, FLTs and various other types of equipment for specific handling agrifood products.


In 2017, more than 1 Mt of bulk goods passed through Noatum Terminal Málaga, mainly agrifood products. The terminal also handled more than 73,000 TEU of containers and 54,000 vehicles.

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