There are in development for transport of fresh/live fish and day old chicks only.
YES – You must find a BCP that can accept your type of goods – as not all BCPs accept all goods. Your goods may
Queuing is difficult to predict with any accuracy. The most optimistic scenario is for only minor delays. At the other end of the scale, tailbacks
We have a customs agent based in the UK who will take care of our import paperwork into the EU, but who will not be present at the BCP in Calais because they are not based in France. Do we also need a partner in Calais for the inspection?
Yes – the owner of the goods must appoint a designated agent to act on their behalf / to be physically present in the BCP
Missing or inaccurate paperwork is one of the most common causes of delay at the border. It is important to liaise with your overseas counterpart
Step 1 has been to encourage companies to prepare for the new procedures. This is to minimise the number of vehicles failing border checks and causing
Check the port you use has the correct authorisation and identify the EU Border Control Posts (BCPs) you may need to use when exporting certain products especially those
The owner of the goods must appoint a designated agent to act on their behalf at the BCP/SIVEP when the goods arrive to: ● Load