Repatriating the deceased means returning a dead body in a special coffin of a person having died outside Romania to their grieving family.
We provide funerary repatriation transportation in vehicles specially authorized for this type of transport, in storage and hygiene conditions provided by European standards in force.
We help repatriate deceased people from Europe to any place in Romania.
Our agency takes care of the preparation of all documents needed at city halls, hospitals or embassies in the locality where the death has occurred and any other formalities or services related to repatriation to Romania.
We perform DOMESTIC and INTERNATIONAL funerary transport in authorized funerary cars:
- NON-STOP transport to one’s residence
- transportation to the cemetery/chapel
Transporting a deceased person is performed in the best storage and hygiene conditions.
The vehicles we own meet all funerary transport standards. They are properly equipped and provide transportation in maximum security conditions, according to hygienic conditions imposed by European standards in force.
Transportation can be performed both internally and internationally, including transportation of foreign people having deceased in Romania to their home countries, also providing necessary consulting in this respect so that everything is normal, uncomplicated.
Everything is done in the best conditions, at the best prices for customers who choose our services. Everything that is related to transportation is performed by ourselves, including transportation from one’s residence to the chapel or cemetery.
Documents Needed in International Funerary Transportation
Repatriation of a deceased person by means of international funerary transportation requires the following documents:
- Mortuary passport;
- Death certificate;
- Certificate of registration of death issued by a medical institution;
- Embalming certificate;
- International funerary transport permit.