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Cheese Matters and Brexit

 

The U.K. is no longer a member of the EU trading block and this has important implications for how we trade together. 

The rules have changed and so must we.

Here at Cheese Matters we have established a seamless transition to this new era of trading. Below we outline our simple 6-step process and how we take away the stress by offering straight forward, efficient solutions to the new rules on labelling, documentation and logistics.

For a more detailed overview of all of our post-Brexit planning and preparation, please see our

Brexit FAQ.

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Shipping Schedule and New Invoice

 

Please visit our shipping schedule page to view upcoming shipping dates in 2023. 

At the bottom of this page you can also see what your new style invoice will look like.

Hover over the boxes below to see each step in our simple 6-step, post-Brexit exports process.

1.

Please send your orders to orders@cheesematters.co.uk

Once received and confirmed, orders will be on their way to you in two weeks.

Cheese Matters HQ

Cheese Matters HQ
2.

When your goods arrive, they will be checked into our 60,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art chilled facility.

We consolidate from all of your suppliers, label the pallets and prepare them for their onward journey.

Dewlay

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3.

The container is sealed on despatch. 

Next stop: Calais.

Cheese Matters Truck

We have a dedicated truck leaving every fortnight carrying all of our lovely cheese to our fantastic customers.

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4.

By the time our truck arrives at customs, it has already been pre-cleared for a smooth passage. 

Customs

We know this because there's only ever our goods loaded onto our truck.

Once in Calais, with only one set of documents to check, we expect a stress free trip onwards to our EU warehouse.

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5.

Here the truck is unloaded, then within 24 hours the goods are on their way to customers around the EU.

If you would like to collect from the warehouse instead, that is not a problem.

EU Warehouse

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6.

Goods will be invoiced from our Dutch office, directly to you. 

Invoices are payable to our EU bank account.

It couldn't be easier.

Invoices

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Need more detail? Just head to our Brexit FAQ page to see all of the preparations and plans we have for post-Brexit trading.
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Our New Look Invoice

You will now be invoiced by our new EU subsidiary, Cheese Matters BV.
 
This will take care of all the new import regulations , and you will be paying direct into our EU bank account .
 
So, from January 1st, for all your English cheese and cream needs you will have a new EU based supplier .
 
See below to get an idea of how your new invoice will look.  
 
 

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Need more detail? Just head to our Brexit FAQ page to see all of the preparations and plans we have for post-Brexit trading.
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