Transport to the Canary Islands
Ibercóndor has created an exportation line to the Canary Islands, through an alliance with Agencia Gran Canaria, which was founded in 1952, starting as a customs brokerage and evolving over the years to become one of the most important operators in integrated logistics in the Canary Islands. They are an IATA agency, with ISO-9002 quality certification.
Services and structure in the Canary Islands
In the Canary Islands we offer:
- 2,200 m2 of warehouse space- Our own fleet of vehicles for local distribution.- Customs Warehouse – ADT- Warehousing / Picking / Packing / Handling / CNT Unloading - Local and inter-island distribution - Inspections (SOIVRE, SANITARY, VETERINARY, PLANT AND PHARMACEUTICAL)- More than 30 professionals with ADR and food handling training
Services from the Peninsula to the Canary Islands for LCL and FCL
1. Gran Canaria Departures weekly every Thursday from Barcelona. Arrival of the ship Tuesdays, and deliveries Wednesdays. Transit: 6 days
2. TenerifeWeekly departures every Thursday/Friday from Barcelona. Arrival of the ship Tuesdays/Wednesdays. Reshipping to the rest of the islands
From Gran Canaria goods can be sent on to Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, with a transit time of between 24-48 hours from Gran Canaria.
From Tenerife goods can be sent on to Santa Cruz de la Palma, Gomera and el Hierro, with a transit time of between 24-48 hours from Tenerife.
Map of the Canary Islands
Upon request, we offer express service as an alternative to the standard. Check availability. Special for companies in the pharmaceutical, food and valuable object sectors, or to cover any special emergency. With daily flights and a transit time of 48/72 hours.
Canary Islands Customs Regulations
The Canary Islands are integrated into the Customs territory of the Community, with specific particularities due to their remoteness and insularity.
They are an Autonomous Community of the territory of Spain, but without application of the value added tax (VAT), which is substituted by the Canary Islands General Indirect Tax (IGIC) a tax rate significantly less than the VAT (normally 5%).
For this reason, to move goods it is necessary to carry out a customs clearance, both for exportation and for importation.
Another tax related to importing in the Canaries is the AIEM (Duty on Imports and Deliveries of Goods), a state tax that contributes to the development of the production of wealth in the Canaries.