Prepare Your Business For Brexit

In light of the imminent departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, it is essential that actions are taken by the Seafood industry to ensure continued success, deal or no deal.

Resources have been developed to support businesses in getting ready for the exit from the EU.

 Below are some links and supporting material that can be used

The ever-changing developments surrounding Brexit mean that these pages are frequently updated (sometimes daily) and should be consulted regularly to better prepare your business for Brexit. 


We strongly urge all organisations within the sector to prepare themselves for the changes on the import and export of Seafood between Scotland and the EU.

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Good luck to all finalists in tonight’s @scotfooddrink Excellence Awards. From the Fish & Seafood category to Export Businesses of the Year, it’s great to see the sector celebrated #EA2019 @SalarSmokehouse @campbellsandco @lochfyneoysters @RitchiesOf @scottishsalmon @scotseafarms

It was an early start for the #Scottish delegation at the #Boulogne fish market this morning, followed by a visit to the border inspection point and logistics hubs at Boulogne Sur Mer #partnerships

Celebrating the connection between #Scotland and #Boulogne at the Senate tonight. Thank you to the Senator for inviting and hosting team Scotland #partnerships

Celebrating the connection between #Scotland and #Boulogne at the Senate tonight. Thank you to the Senator for inviting and hosting team Scotland #partnerships

By-products from fish and seafood processors is revolutionising the packaging industry and is a perfect example of using #FlexibleInnovation.

Read the full article to learn more: https://t.co/VY7rFUCk7p #MakeInnovationHappen @scotent

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