A successful international distribution in the cannabis industry depends not only on being able to comply with all the requirements established in Colombia, countries of transit and final destination, but also on a precise coordination between all the actors in the logistic chain.


Beyond having a logistics service provider, it is essential for exporters to have a strategic ally in the management of their International Trade and Logistics processes, in order to design and implement an optimal operation, adapted to their needs and those of their clients.

The current regulatory framework requires extensive knowledge and proven experience in:


  • Security protocols

  • Document management and export formalities with entities (ICA, Invima, Ministry of Justice, DIAN, FNE and others)

  • Routes and transit times

  • Control of physical conditions of the cargo

  • Coordination between the exporter and customs brokers, freight forwarders, entities and authorities, airport personnel, airlines, insurers.

  • Communication and coordination with importers abroad and international customs brokers.