With over four decades of experience treating QPS cargo, we are the trusted partner you need to navigate the requirements for both imports and exports. Whether your cargo is containerized or in bulk, we can fumigate it in a quick and efficient way.
It doesn’t matter whether you have seen a pest or not. Anything inbound that requires fumigation for it to be allowed into the country is where we can help. In addition, each country has its own specific phytosanitary requirements for accepting your exported product. Whether they require fumigation or fogging, we can fulfill them. We can help you navigate the extensive USDA APHIS Treatment Manual and, with our knowledge and expertise, we can handle it correctly the first time, every time. Does the country require fumigation? We can fumigate your cargo on pallets, in containers, or in bulk – however, and whatever you’re sending. Do they require industrial fogging? We can do that, too. Does your export require the ISPM15 MB stamp? Any wood packaging that is going to another country requires fumigation and several require stamping and we can do it for you.
Since 1979, we have been working with government agencies like USDA-APHIS (for quarantine and pre-shipment cargo) and the FDA to set standards for the treatment of imported perishables. Not only do we fumigate the fruits and vegetables arriving from all over the world at ports along the East Coast, but we have developed patented equipment to do it. Custom Brokers, Freight Forwarders, and Importers can all use our expertise in treating import and export commodities of all kinds like logs, tobacco, cocoa beans, spices, rice, cotton, and USAID cargo. Our USAID cargo fumigation includes fully complying with the latest Department of Homeland Security regulations and using a specialized FSMA or third party audit required food safety program accredited by an independent certification company. We can provide bird management, structural fumigation, container fumigation, the Western PurClean™ disinfectant, specialized fogging, as well as “roro” equipment, vehicle, and railcar fumigation.