One of our first projects took place during the eighties when Eastern and Western Europe were still separated. We managed the transfer of a male Bongo from Czechoslovakia to a zoo in West Germany where it participated in a very successful breeding program.
We located a large group of penguins, including King-penguins, Rock hopper-penguins, Magelhaen-penguins and Gentoo-penguins in South-America and transported them to a new zoo in Spain.
Transporting Giraffes from Europe to Brazil was, needless to say, a highly complicated project.
A pair of rare King-cheetahs left Africa under our care to their new home in a special breeding–facility in the Middle East.
We imported several Asian elephants accompanied by some Mahouts into Germany from different countries in South-East Asia.
Giant tortoises are very attractive to the public. We delivered a large group of these huge reptiles from a special breeding-centre to several zoos in Europe and Asia.
We located a pair of Gang-gang cockatoos that are highly desired and subsequently rarely offered.
A pair of clouded leopards was sent from a private breeding-center in the U.S.A to a zoo in Tokyo.
We located a pair of Manatees, of a governmental authority in South-America, which was willing to offer them on permanent loan to a zoo in Spain; they were transported by using a chartered plane.
Another large transport took place in the 90's when a group of 65 animals were transferred from several different zoos in Europe to a Night-safari in Southeast Asia.
We located a zoo in the Netherlands that was willing to donate a male Indian rhinoceros to a zoo in South-East Asia to complete a pair. International Zoo Services provided the crate and arranged for its transport.
White lions are rarely seen in zoos. We relocated a white lion from a private collection in Africa to a governmental zoo in the U.S.A.