Olive transport has no seasonal commitment and can be carried out at any time of the year.
Typically, olive transport is maximized in autumn. Although olive is not highly sensitive to temperature fluctuations, the temperature drops below zero, causing this product to deteriorate and rendering it unusable. When the weather is cold, olive transportation is carried out in strict compliance with the required temperature conditions. Vehicles used in the transport of olive must meet certain criteria: they must be dry, cool and ventilated. Olive transport rules contain special requirements. The use of loading and unloading equipment that may damage the load box is not permitted. In adverse weather conditions such as cold, high humidity, special arrangements are made for loading and unloading works. As one of the important conditions in the transportation of olives, the box must be placed and secured in the vehicle. The box containing the load must be secured in such a way that it will not slip and displace during shipment. Reliable stabilization of the load prevents loss of volume, deterioration of product quality, and deformation of packaging and tin cans. As one of the characteristics of olive transportation, special procedures are applied for these products at customs gates. Olive is subjected to sanitary-epidemiological control. Representatives of customs authorities - customs inspectors - take samples of olives to check that the product is in compliance with the shipping documents. For this reason, inspectors open their olive boxes and packaging. However, after the sanitary-epidemiological control is finished, the cargo is allowed to be imported. Dap meticulously follows the changes in the international regulations and sanitary-epidemiological regulations related to the transportation of food products and ensures safe and fast delivery considering the characteristics of each product.