Dear customers, collaborators and users:

Following the recommendations of public authorities and the principle of guaranteeing the safety of our team, at least until next Monday, April 13, 2020, all ACERTA staff will tele-work.

Please, in case you need to contact someone of us, preferably do it so by email. Our staff will contact you by phone in the cases that you require it.

Our auditors will not perform on-site audits, with rare exceptions specifically addressed to our clients.
All affected audits will be rescheduled for subsequent weeks, once the general confinement order is canceled.

On some occasions, depending on the guidelines of the standards owners, remote/virtual audits, or part of them, may be performed. We will also discuss that specifically with each client, depending on their needs and possibilities.

It is inevitable that this measure will create some small inefficiencies, but it is absolutely necessary to adopt it to help eradicate the current coronavirus pandemic.
Thank you very much for your understanding. We hope to be able to re-establish our normal service very soon.

food sector
rd sector
animal welfare

New ACERTA brand

ACERTA launches the new brand that will guide its strategic project 2020 – 2022.

Since its foundation, ACERTA has always remained faithful to its values: independence, impartiality, technical competence and objectivity.

This has allowed us to become one of the most reliable certification entities in the market, which is guaranteed by being one of the few that have managed to keep the 5 stars of BRCGS in all ratings, for being among the 5% of entities best rated by GLOBALG.A.P., and for being the best rated worldwide in many of the certification areas of this set of standards.

Our new brand synthesizes what we have been able to build: CONFIDENCE.

Animal Welfare during transport

ANTA and ACERTA develop the regulations for the new brand.

The National Animal Transportation Association (ANTA) has commissioned ACERTA to develop an animal welfare seal for transportation. It is expected to be operational in the coming months.

ANTA and ACERTA are working on the development of a Technical Regulation for Animal Welfare during Transport, which will include the specificities for each of the species (pigs, cattle, sheep, goats, poultry and horses), in relation to the duration of transport, rest times, surface, handling during loading and unloading, water and feed supply, etc.

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