When importing live animals, animal products and some products of the plant kingdom, the cargo must be reported to the NVWA.
For so-called CED products, a Common Document of Entry (CED) is required for import. This request is done electronically, and a selection profile applies to this. There are products that the NVWA first wants to take a sample before they are released for import into the EU. This sampling is done at an approved inspection site.
Phimex can help you with the import of CED products.
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