As an addition to AFMA’s self-regulation drive and its already developed cornerstone, the AFMA Code of Conduct, the AFMA Transport Protocol was developed jointly by the Trade and Technical Committees of AFMA. It describes how raw materials and ingredients for use in the feed industry should be transported.

The Transport Protocol is an additional risk management tool, which clearly provides guidelines and cleaning regimes for different scenarios that will enhance feed-safety quality of raw materials and ingredients transported to the feed-manufacturing plants.

AFMA members have been introducing the Transport Protocol to their transport service providers during the past five years, with 2016 being the final year of introduction and implementation.

Enforcement of the AFMA Transport Protocol, as in the case of the AFMA Code of Conduct, will start during 2017.

        BextransApril 2017
        CEF HauliersMay 2017
        Cross Country CarriersNovember 2013
        Doringboom/J Meyer VervoerJune 2017
        Drak TransportMarch 2017
        Grain CarriersSeptember 2013
        Jonckies TransportJune 2017
        Loubser Bulk ServicesOctober 2013
        MV TransMarch 2014
        Niemann TransportSeptember 2013
        River North CarriersMay 2017
        Sclanders TransportMay 2017
        Singhs HauliersApril 2017
        Thor LogisticsAugust 2017
        Transnel LogisticsNovember 2015