EU: new entry conditions for composite products

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As of 21 April 2021, the European Commission is imposing new conditions for the entry of composite products into the European Union. This new reform creates new procedures in the customs nomenclature that extend the controls to new products. Thus, the Common Health Entry Document (CHED), which attests to the completion of border controls, will be modified accordingly. With a physical presence at the SIVEP Animal Station (veterinary and phytosanitary inspection service) in the Port of Calais, ASD Group can assist you in your procedures and help you during your SPS controls. For further information, please contact our experts.

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