Completion of the project "Improving the efficiency of sanitary management under the trade facilitation agreement in Peru"


In March 2023, an important project to improve sanitary control in foreign trade in Peru will be concluded. IFCOM's Executive Director, Eduardo Garcia-Godos, participated as a consultant in the execution of the Sanitary Authorized Economic Operator, Second Test and Single Sanitary Inspector projects. Some important highlights of the ceremony were (i) the posthumous recognition of Dr. Thiery Woller (ii) the need for harmonization of the 3 control agencies: Senasa, Digesa and Sanipes, given that the control logic and therefore the process is the same. This is consistent with the standard procedure promoted by the Regulation of the Law to Strengthen the SW; (iii) Reactivate the Compial which, although it lacks regulatory powers, can clarify the competencies of the control agencies; and (iv) Digesa should be a specialized agency. The challenges of processed food control do not withstand the format of a line organ of the Ministry of Health.

February 10th, 2020

Tenth Meeting of the APEC Alliance for Logistics Connectivity

Putrajaya, Malasia
November 13, 2018

Red Vuce Annual Meeting

Trinidad and Tobago
October 18th, 2018

Conference on Logistics and Supply Chain

Cali, Colombia
August 2nd, 2018

Foundation of the Port Community of Callao

Lima, Perú
June 20th, 2016

National Forum in Trade Logistics

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