SGS has launched new fumigation services in all major ports across the Baltic States to minimize the risk of damage to your goods.

To meet increased demand for port and shore-based fumigation of grains in transport, SGS has invested in personnel and facilities to launch a new fumigation service in Latvia and to improve and extend operations in Lithuania and Estonia.

As well as ensuring compliance with treatment regulations for importing countries, including Algeria, Egypt, Europe, Iran, Libya, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, our fumigation teams work quickly and efficiently to ensure swift and reliable intervention.

SGS passive and active fumigation services are available in the following Baltic ports:

  • Lithuania: Klaipeda
  • Estonia: Muuga
  • Latvia: Riga, Liepaja, Ventspils

In addition to onboard fumigation of grain shipments, we can also inspect, sample, analyze and fumigate grain cargoes in warehouses, containers and railcars.

Our import and export fumigation services include:

  • Quarantine and pre-shipment treatments
  • Treatment of products against insects and mites
  • Port to port services (fumigation at loading and service at arrival)
  • Fumigant removal and disposal

SGS performs fumigation services in ports and logistics centres worldwide. Accordingly, these services comply with stringent national and international legislation, with best practice and with globally agreed quality and safety standards.

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For further information, please contact:

Yuri Pshenichniy
Business Manager Estonia
t: +372 631 9086

Dmitry Yugay
Business Manager Lithunia
t: +370 320877

Mikhail Pavlov
Business Manager Latvia
t: +371 67326163

About SGS

SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 85,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 1,800 offices and laboratories around the world.