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Amivet's guide to completing all the export forms

Posted by andrewivesonadmin | Posted 9th January 2018 | Blog, and News

As many people are only too aware, there can be a lot of paperwork involved in export, certainly with higher risk goods such as meat and dairy products.

We have produced a concise guide with some hints and tip as to how to fill the forms in correctly and what documents you may need. This should help to reduce rejected applications and ensure your exports proceed smoothly as quickly as possible.

  • Do you know the difference between an EXA07 and an EXA10?
  • How far ahead should you put the date of export?
  • What goes in the exporter application reference number box?
  • How many certificates can you apply for at once?
  • Which boxes can be left blank?
  • What is there are too many different products to fit the text in the box?
  • Who fills them in?
  • Where do they get sent to?
  • What if they are rejected?
  • Who can sign them?
  • How long do they last for?
  • What supporting documents are required?
  • What is TRACES?
  • Form 618 – what is this?

These and many other questions are answered in our guide – Amivet guide to EXA form completion.

There are over 1,500 different export health certificate for over 130 countries, so the guide gives general advice. Some countries do have unique requirements so we would always advise sending them to us for checking before submitting to APHA. We see hundreds, if not thousands of these forms and well placed to be able to advise on how to fill them in.

For any advice on any aspect of exporting food and goods of animal origin all over the world, please contact us now.

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