Carrier in the UK: rely on an international expert

Are you looking for a professional haulier in the UK? If you need to ship goods to the land of tea and English breakfasts, you can rely on a French carrier who is perfectly qualified to work internationally. This is the case of Transports Goëvia, based near Bordeaux in Gironde. Every week, we serve several international destinations in Europe, including the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg. Entrust us with your pallets, and they’ll arrive at UK logistics warehouses quickly and under the best possible conditions.

The need for genuine expertise in non-EU freight transport

Since the Brexit, the UK is no longer part of the European Union – which means a few changes in administrative processing in MRT. In the case of an import, the carrier is in possession of customs documents bearing a barcode. This is scanned on arrival in the UK.

Some shipments are made under the TIR/ATA regime (for Carnet Transit International Routier / Admission Temporaire). In this case, the driver of the vehicle presents himself to a customs officer when he arrives in the UK. There are also specific requirements for sanitary, veterinary and phytosanitary goods – as well as fishery products. Indeed, these goods in particular are supervised by SIVEP, the veterinary and phytosanitary control department.

When exporting goods from the UK to France, and therefore to the European Union, the carrier must be able to present a customs document with a barcode in the event of an inspection. When arriving in France, drivers can use the green lane if they have already completed customs formalities. On the other hand, if he is under the TIR/ATA regime, or if he has not finalized customs formalities (or if the shipment has been selected for inspection), he goes to the orange lane.

Know the rules and make the best choices for international transport

Don’t let the complexity of customs formalities frighten you when you need to transport goods to the UK: if you call on Transports Goëvia, we’ll take care of all the formalities for you. And if you have any questions at any stage of the process, our customer service team is always on hand to advise and support you in managing your transport and logistics in the UK.

Work with a freight forwarder accustomed to international operations, with a strong industrial dimension. You’ll benefit from a healthy partnership, allowing you to focus on your core business and offload the administrative burden.


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