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8 top tips for export success in 2019

Now is a great time to take stock and make plans to increase in your exports in 2019. With the uncertainty continuing over Brexit, many companies are...   Read more >

A to Z of food and animal product exports (part 4)

The final part of our guide to food exporting worldwide sees us cover from T right through to Z. T   TRACES The Trade Control and Export System is a...   Read more >

A to Z of food and animal product exports (part 3)

N   NATIONAL Amivet has a team of veterinary surgeons all qualified to work as OVs based across the country. This helps us to inspect export loads i...   Read more >

Oops – you can’t send that…..

Here at Amivet we frequently get enquiries from people wanting to export all sorts of things and we will always try to help where we can, or point peo...   Read more >

A to Z of food and animal product exports (part 2)

H   HELP! Even when everything has been done correctly things can still go wrong. Here at Amivet, we have experienced a wide degree of difficulties ...   Read more >

You may have seen our new report mentioned by @helentbbc on Newsnight. 34 days before the end of the Brexit transition serious concerns remain about readiness for export certification and vet capacity. https://twitter.com/BritishVets/status/1332465237262553090

#Brexitreality - from 1/1/21, a single vehicle of mixed retail goods (poultry, lamb, beef, venison, game, meat products, dairy, egg, composites, gelatin, honey, pet food etc) going to Spain via France for 2 customers may need over 80 health certs signed by official vets!

#Brexitreality - until we get 3rd country listing and any special guarantees applying, official vets do not yet know which #export health certificates we need to use, nor which sections we need to complete or delete. #36daystogo

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