SPS Export and Import Licence Training
Learn how to import feed, agri-food, plants, live animals and products of animal origin.
Businesses trading in food and drink with the EU have for the past year have faced a range of new requirements and new red tape. Many agri-food exporters are concerned that the new rules are just too complex, costly and time-consumer to keep trading. Exporters may need to engage with official veterinarians to complete export health certificates while most will need to navigate a range of new IT systems and platforms, including IPAFFS and TRACES. Ensuring your goods successfully and efficiently move across borders by managing the sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) requirements can be very challenging.
Export Bootcamps is delighted to present, in conjunction with Customs Manager Ltd, a unique training programme focusing on UK-EU trade in food and drink.
- Learn how to identify the correct SPS export health certificate and get to grips with how to correctly complete it.
- Get a step-by-step guide to border clearance to ensure your goods are not rejected, turned away or destroyed.
- Understand the latest on new regulations facing composite food and drink products exported to the EU.
What We Will Cover
- What are SPS measures and how are they regulated?
- EU -> GB:- Preparing to export live animals, animal products, food, feed and plants out of the EU.- Importing SPS goods into GB: Requirements, processes and procedures- GB Health Certificates, where to find and how do they look?-Introduction to IPAFFS.
- GB -> EU:- Preparing to export live animals, animal products, food, feed and plants out of Great Britain.
- Importing SPS goods into the EU: Requirements, processes and procedures. EU Health Certificates, where to find and how do they look? Introduction to TRACES.