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Danish Transport Standard

The DANISH TRANSPORT STANDARD summarizes the requirements for cleaning and disinfection of vehicles coming from abroad with the intention to prevent diseases such as swine fever and foot and mouth disease to enter Denmark.

The DANISH TRANSPORT STANDARD covers the following:         

  • Hauliers of live hoofed animals
  • Collection stations
  • Exporters / DanAvl vendors
  • Cleaning and disinfection stations for transport vehicles entering Denmark from abroad, which have been in contact with hoofed animals.

Please register by filling in the declaration of accession which can be accessed on and forward it to the certification body stated below:

Baltic Control Certification
Knabrostræde 12,
1210 København K
Tlf. 39 39 01 35

It is the business of the certification body to conduct an independent approval of the registered parties to the standard. Approved parties are registered on A DANISH-certificate is issued to approved parties. Furthermore, the certification body will conduct inspections and monitoring of compliance with the requirements of the standard on behalf of the Pig Research Centre, Danish Agriculture & Food Council.

At any time it is the responsibility of the individual haulier to comply with the requirements in the standard and to remain updated about new requirements in the standard. All parties involved are independently liable, and in cases where several parties are involved, each party is individually liable. The latest standards and information can be found on

Any queries as for the understanding of the standard’s regulations, and any dispute shall be settled according to Danish law and at the Danish Agriculture & Food Council’s DBMC Arbitration.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at

Materials and tools

Under MATERIAL AND TOOLS You will find relevant information about the DANISH Transport Standard and tools that in relation with the Transport Standard can prevent the import of exotic diseases.