Alpaca Transport

Sale, purchase, breeding, moving home, export, import, visiting the vets, or an emergency call out

LOC Alpaca transport - for all your Alpaca transportation needs

Although numbers are growing fast, Alpacas are still a relative rarity in the UK. So it´s not always easy for the Alpaca owner to find the services they need. But if you are looking to transport Alpacas within the UK, across Europe, or even as far as America or Australia then you have come to the right place.

Specialists in national and international Alpaca transport

Transporting Alpacas is a specialist job. Alpacas have specific requirements which are not generally found with other domesticated livestock in the UK. LOC International Alpaca transport has plenty of experience in transporting Alpacas and understands how to provide for their welfare.

If you are shipping in or out of the UK LOC International Alpaca Transport will be happy to organise the documentation that you need to transport your Alpacas from A to B. We offer both shared loads and private charter transport. We are on call 24/7 for emergencies and will provide prompt quotations for all destinations five days a week.

Highly Qualified Team

The LOC team understands the unique requirements of camelids. All our livestock attendents and drivers are experienced in handling Alpacas and are able to ensure they are transported with the minimum of stress. As a minimum each member of our team holds the DEFRA Certificate of Competence.

All our vehicles have rubber floors to provide a non slip surface, allowing Alpacas to sit/lay down for the journey with minimal risk of slipping.

LOC is licensed by the United Kingdom Animal Transporter Authorization (Council regulation (EC) no 1/2005 Articles 10 and 11), Scope of authorization – All species.

If you care about your Alpacas´ welfare and want the very best in Alpaca transport then call LOC for a quote today.

Countries we transport to:

LOC will travel your Alpaca anywhere in the world, but we regularly travel to:

  • France
  • Germany
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Belgium
  • Lithuania
  • Latvia
  • Argentina
  • Holland
  • Poland