Reduced paperwork for export of iron and steel to EU welcomed by Chamber

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The removal of an EU paperwork requirement for companies exporting iron or steel to the bloc has been welcomed by East Midlands Chamber.  The change is the result of talks between the British Chambers of Commerce, UK and EU officials and means companies will no longer have to produce “mill certificates” to prove the country of origin was not Russia which can be a costly, time-consuming process.

East Midlands Chamber International Trade Manager Lucy Granger said:

The paperwork needed for exporting goods to the EU and the expense of putting all that together is a frustrating burden to businesses in the East Midlands. For any part of the export process to be alleviated is something I welcome and it’s great that the Chamber network’s talks were able to achieve the

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