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Flowcharts for import and export processes after Brexit

The way you import to and export from the EU will change after Brexit. These flowcharts explain the new processes for certain goods and products.

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Documents

  1. Chemical exporters: steps to export chemicals to the EU after Brexit
  2. Farmers and food producers: steps to export fruit and vegetables to the EU after Brexit
  3. Farmers and livestock exporters: steps to export live animals to the EU after Brexit
  4. Farmers and plant exporters: steps to export plants and plant products to the EU after Brexit
  5. Fishermen: steps to land fishery products into the EU after Brexit
  6. Livestock and poultry importers: steps to import livestock and poultry from the EU to the UK after Brexit
  7. Seafood exporters: steps to export fishery products to the EU after Brexit
  8. Farmers and food producers: steps to export meat and dairy to the EU after Brexit
Published 18 September 2019
Last updated 14 October 2019 + show all updates
  1. Added the flowcharts for exporting plant and plant products to the EU after Brexit and exporting fruit and vegetables to the EU after Brexit.
  2. Added the flowcharts for Farmers and food producers: steps to import meat and dairy from the EU after Brexit and Livestock and poultry importers: steps to import livestock and poultry from the EU to the UK.
  3. Added the flowchart for direct landings of UK caught marine fish into EU ports after Brexit (Fishermen: steps to land fishery products into the EU after Brexit).
  4. Added the Seafood exporters: steps to export fishery products to the EU after Brexit flowchart.
  5. First published.