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Document 32019R1714

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/1714 of 30 September 2019 amending Regulations (EC) No 136/2004 and (EC) No 282/2004 as regards the model of common veterinary entry document for products and animals and amending Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 as regards the model of common entry document for certain feed and food of non-animal origin (Text with EEA relevance)

C/2019/6912

OJ L 261, 14.10.2019, p. 1–36 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

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ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg_impl/2019/1714/oj

14.10.2019   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 261/1


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2019/1714

of 30 September 2019

amending Regulations (EC) No 136/2004 and (EC) No 282/2004 as regards the model of common veterinary entry document for products and animals and amending Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 as regards the model of common entry document for certain feed and food of non-animal origin

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Council Directive 91/496/EEC of 15 July 1991 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on animals entering the Community from third countries and amending Directives 89/662/EEC, 90/425/EEC and 90/675/EEC (1), and in particular Articles 3(2) and 7(2) thereof,

Having regard to Council Directive 97/78/EC of 18 December 1997 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on products entering the Community from third countries (2), and in particular Articles 3(5), 4(5) and 5(4) thereof,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules (3), and in particular Article 15(5) thereof,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 January 2002 laying down the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety (4), and in particular Article 53(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 (5) lays down the procedures for veterinary checks at border inspection posts on products entering the Union from third countries in accordance with Directive 97/78/EC. Annex III to that Regulation sets out the model for the common veterinary entry document (CVED) to be completed and transmitted by the person responsible for the load to notify the arrival of products to the veterinary staff of the border inspection post, and to be completed under the responsibility of the official veterinarian at the border inspection post, confirming the completion of veterinary checks.

(2)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 282/2004 (6) lays down rules on the procedures for the declaration of, and veterinary checks at border inspection posts on animals entering the Union from third countries in accordance with Directive 91/496/EEC. Annex I to that Regulation sets out the model for the common veterinary entry document (CVED animals) to be completed and transmitted by the person responsible for the load to notify the arrival of animals to the inspection staff of the border inspection post, and to be completed under the responsibility of the official veterinarian at the border inspection post, confirming the completion of veterinary checks.

(3)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 (7) lays down rules on the increased level of official controls to be carried out at designated points of entry into the Union on imports of certain feed and food of non-animal origin from certain third countries in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 882/2004. Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 sets out the model for the common entry document (CED) to be completed and transmitted by feed and food business operators to notify the arrival of consignments to the competent authority at the designated point of entry (DPE) or at the designated point of import (DPI) for certain feed and food referred to in Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 884/2014 (8), and to be completed by the authority confirming the completion of official controls.

(4)

The web-based system TRACES was established by Commission Decision 2004/292/EC (9) to streamline the work of operators and competent authorities and to enable automated exchange of information between customs and veterinary authorities. Decision 2004/292/EC also requires Member States to use TRACES to complete and transmit the CVEDs for products and animals. Since 2011, TRACES also enables the completion and transmission of the CED by the operators and the competent authorities and is used for that purpose by Member States on a voluntary basis.

(5)

Regulation (EU) 2017/625 of the European Parliament and of the Council (10) requires the Commission, in collaboration with the Member States, to set up and manage a computerised information management system for official controls (IMSOC) to manage, handle and automatically exchange data, information and documents in relation to official controls. The IMSOC is aimed to integrate and upgrade as necessary the information systems managed by the Commission, amongst them TRACES, and provide appropriate links between those systems and the existing national systems of the Member States. That Regulation repeals and replaces Directives 91/496/EEC and 97/78/EC and Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 with effect from 14 December 2019.

(6)

Regulation (EU) 2017/625 provides that for each consignment of the categories of animals and goods referred to in Article 47(1) of that Regulation a common health entry document (CHED) is to be used by the operators responsible for the consignment, in order to notify the authorities at the border control post in advance of the arrival of the consignment and by the authorities at the border control post, in order to record the outcome of official controls and any decision taken on that basis. The CHEDs will thus replace CVEDs and CEDs as of 14 December 2019.

(7)

Regulation (EU) 2017/625 also provides that the IMSOC is to allow for the production, handling and transmission of the CHED and it empowers the Commission to lay down rules on the format of the CHED and the instructions for its presentation and use, taking account of international standards, as well as the rules for the use of electronic signatures.

(8)

To further facilitate and accelerate the administrative procedures for operators and competent authorities, the Commission has developed a new version of the TRACES system enabling the entire process of the CHED production to be performed electronically as of 14 December 2019. It uses international standards for paperless trade facilities, standards set out in Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council (11) for qualified electronic signature, seal and time stamp and the technical specifications laid down in the Annex to Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/1506 (12) for advanced electronic signature and seal.

(9)

The current version of the TRACES system used to complete and transmit the CVEDs and CEDs will be phased out as of 14 December 2019 and from that date, operators and competent authorities will have to complete and submit the CHEDs using the new version of the TRACES system.

(10)

In order to allow for a smooth transition towards the use of the new version of the TRACES system, the possibility to use either the current or the new version of the TRACES system to complete and transmit the CVED and CED should be offered to operators and competent authorities until 13 December 2019. To this end, this Regulation should lay down a model of CVED for animals and products and a model of CED for certain feed and food of non-animal origin that are compatible with the new version of the TRACES system.

(11)

Regulations (EC) No 136/2004 and (EC) No 282/2004 provide that the production, use, transmission and storage of CVEDs may be done by electronic means at the discretion of the competent authority. Moreover, Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 provides that the Commission may adopt requirements concerning the principles to be respected to ensure reliable certification, including electronic certification. In order to streamline the completion and transmission of the models of CVEDs and CED in the new version of the TRACES system, this Regulation should establish the security requirements to be met with regard to the use of electronic CVEDs and CEDs in that system.

(12)

It is therefore appropriate to amend the provisions on the notification of arrival of products and animals to allow the use of two different models of CVED and to lay down requirements for the completion of an electronic CVED in Regulations (EC) No 136/2004 and (EC) No 282/2004. Furthermore, an Annex to those Regulations setting out the model of CVED for products and animals for use in the new version of the TRACES system should be added.

(13)

Similarly, it is appropriate to adapt the definition of the CED in Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 to allow the use of two different models of CED, to lay down requirements for the completion of an electronic CED and to add an Annex to that Regulation setting out the model of CED to be used in the new version of the TRACES system.

(14)

For the sake of consistency, the date until which this Regulation should apply should correspond to the date on which Directives 91/496/EEC and 97/78/EC and Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 cease to apply.

(15)

Regulations (EC) No 136/2004, (EC) No 282/2004 and (EC) No 669/2009 should therefore be amended accordingly.

(16)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 136/2004

Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 is amended as follows:

(1)

in Article 2, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following:

‘1.   Before the physical arrival of the consignment on Community territory the person responsible for the load shall notify the arrival of the products to the veterinary staff of the border inspection post to which the products are to be submitted, using a document drawn up in accordance with either of the models of common veterinary entry document (CVED) set out in Annex III and in Part 2 of Annex VI.’;

(2)

the following Article 10a is inserted:

‘Article 10a

Requirements for completing an electronic CVED

1.   Where an electronic CVED is used, it shall be completed in the TRACES system and meet all of the following requirements:

(a)

it complies with the model set out in Part 2 of Annex VI;

(b)

it is signed with the electronic signature of the operator responsible for the load;

(c)

it is signed with the advanced or qualified electronic signature of the official veterinarian at the border inspection post or another official veterinarian operating under his/her supervision;

(d)

it bears the advanced or qualified electronic seal of the issuing competent authority to which the official veterinarian at the border inspection post or another official veterinarian operating under his/her supervision belongs;

(e)

it is sealed by the TRACES system with an advanced or qualified electronic seal.

2.   Each of the operations referred to in paragraph 1 shall be timestamped with a qualified electronic time stamp.’;

(3)

a new Annex VI is added, the text of which is set out in Annex I to this Regulation.

Article 2

Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 282/2004

Regulation (EC) No 282/2004 is amended as follows:

(1)

in Article 1, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following:

‘1.   Where any animal referred to in Directive 91/496/EEC enters the Community from a third country, the person responsible for the load within the meaning of Article 2(2)(e) of Directive 97/78/EC shall give notice of such entry at least one working day before the expected arrival of the animal(s) on Community territory. Such notification shall be made to the inspection staff of the border inspection post using a document drawn up in accordance with either of the models of common veterinary entry document (CVED) set out in Annex I and Part 2 of Annex III.’;

(2)

the following Article 7a is inserted:

‘Article 7a

Requirements for completing an electronic CVED

1.   Where an electronic CVED is used, it shall be completed in the TRACES system and meet all of the following requirements:

(a)

it complies with the model set out in Part 2 of Annex III;

(b)

it is signed with the electronic signature of the operator responsible for the load;

(c)

it is signed with the advanced or qualified electronic signature of the official veterinarian at the border inspection post or another official veterinarian operating under his/her authority;

(d)

it bears the advanced or qualified electronic seal of the issuing competent authority to which the official veterinarian at the border inspection post or another official veterinarian operating under his/her responsibility belongs;

(e)

it is sealed by the TRACES system with an advanced or qualified electronic seal.

2.   Each of the operations referred to in paragraph 1 shall be timestamped with a qualified electronic time stamp.’;

(3)

a new Annex III is added, the text of which is set out in Annex II to this Regulation.

Article 3

Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 669/2009

Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 is amended as follows:

(1)

in Article 3, point (a) is replaced by the following:

‘(a)

“common entry document (CED)” means the document to be completed by the feed and food business operator or its representative as provided for in Article 6, models of which are set out in Annex II and in Part 2 of Annex III, and by the competent authority confirming completion of official controls;’;

(2)

the following Article 7a is inserted:

‘Article 7a

Requirements for completing an electronic CVED

1.   Where an electronic CED is used, it shall be completed in the TRACES system and meet all of the following requirements:

(a)

it complies with the model set out in Part 2 of Annex III;

(b)

it is signed with the electronic signature of the operator responsible for the consignment;

(c)

it is signed with the advanced or qualified electronic signature of the official inspector at:

(i)

either the designated point of entry; or

(ii)

the designated point of import; or

(iii)

the control point, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1);

(d)

it bears the advanced or qualified electronic seal of the issuing competent authority to which the official inspector belongs;

(e)

it is sealed by the TRACES System with an advanced or qualified electronic seal.

2.   Each of the operations referred to in paragraph 1 shall be timestamped with a qualified electronic time stamp.’;

(3)

a new Annex III is added, the text of which is set out in Annex III to this Regulation.

Article 4

Entry into force and application

This Regulation shall enter into force on the third day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

It shall apply until 13 December 2019.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 30 September 2019.

For the Commission

The President

Jean-Claude JUNCKER


(1)  OJ L 268, 24.9.1991, p. 56.

(2)  OJ L 24, 30.1.1998, p. 9.

(3)  OJ L 165, 30.4.2004, p. 1.

(4)  OJ L 31, 1.2.2002, p. 1.

(5)  Commission Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 of 22 January 2004 laying down procedures for veterinary checks at Community border inspection posts on products imported from third countries (OJ L 21, 28.1.2004, p. 11).

(6)  Commission Regulation (EC) No 282/2004 of 18 February 2004 introducing a document for the declaration of, and veterinary checks on, animals from third countries entering the Community (OJ L 49, 19.2.2004, p. 11).

(7)  Commission Regulation (EC) No 669/2009 of 24 July 2009 implementing Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the increased level of official controls on imports of certain feed and food of non-animal origin and amending Decision 2006/504/EC (OJ L 194, 25.7.2009, p. 11).

(8)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 884/2014 of 13 August 2014 imposing special conditions governing the import of certain feed and food from certain third countries due to contamination risk by aflatoxins and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1152/2009 (OJ L 242, 14.8.2014, p. 4).

(9)  Commission Decision 2004/292/EC of 30 March 2004 on the introduction of the Traces system and amending Decision 92/486/EEC (OJ L 94, 31.3.2004, p. 63).

(10)  Regulation (EU) 2017/625 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 March 2017 on official controls and other official activities performed to ensure the application of food and feed law, rules on animal health and welfare, plant health and plant protection products, amending Regulations (EC) No 999/2001, (EC) No 396/2005, (EC) No 1069/2009, (EC) No 1107/2009, (EU) No 1151/2012, (EU) No 652/2014, (EU) 2016/429 and (EU) 2016/2031 of the European Parliament and of the Council, Council Regulations (EC) No 1/2005 and (EC) No 1099/2009 and Council Directives 98/58/EC, 1999/74/EC, 2007/43/EC, 2008/119/EC and 2008/120/EC, and repealing Regulations (EC) No 854/2004 and (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council, Council Directives 89/608/EEC, 89/662/EEC, 90/425/EEC, 91/496/EEC, 96/23/EC, 96/93/EC and 97/78/EC and Council Decision 92/438/EEC (OJ L 95, 7.4.2017, p. 1).

(11)  Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 July 2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC (OJ L 257, 28.8.2014, p. 73).

(12)  Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2015/1506 of 8 September 2015 laying down specifications relating to formats of advanced electronic signatures and advanced seals to be recognised by public sector bodies pursuant to Articles 27(5) and 37(5) of Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (OJ L 235, 9.9.2015, p. 37).


ANNEX I

ANNEX VI

PART 1

Notes for guidance for the common veterinary entry document for products — model 2 (CVED-P2)

GENERAL

Part I is for completion by the declarant or person responsible for the load as defined in Article 2(2)(e) of Directive 97/78/EC.

Parts II and III is for completion by the official veterinarian or designated official agent (as in Decision 93/352/EEC).

The entries specified in this Part constitute the data dictionaries for the electronic version of the CVED-P2.

Paper copies of an electronic CVED-P2 must bear a unique machine-readable optical label which hyperlinks to the electronic version.

You must select one box from boxes I.20 to I.25 and boxes II.9 to II.16; for each box, you must select one option.

Where a box allows you to select one or more options, only the option(s) you select will be displayed in the electronic version of the CVED-P2.

Where a box is not compulsory, its contents will appear as strike-through text.

The sequences of boxes in the model of CVED-P2, the size and shape of those boxes are indicative.

Where a stamp is required, its electronic equivalent is an electronic seal.

PART I – DESCRIPTION OF CONSIGNMENT

Box

Description

I.1.

Consignor/Exporter

 

Indicate the commercial organisation dispatching the consignment (in the third country).

I.2

CVED reference

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES (repeated in boxes II.2 and III.2).

I.3

Local reference

 

Indicate the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by the competent authority.

I.4

Border inspection post

 

Select the name of the Border Inspection Post (BIP).

In the case of a subsequent CVED for a non-conforming consignment, indicate the name of the TRACES unit in charge of supervising the free zone, free warehouse or customs warehouse where the consignment will be delivered and stored.

I.5

Border inspection post code

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES to the BIP.

I.6

Consignee/Importer

 

Indicate the address of the person or commercial organisation given on the third-country certificate. If this not present on the certificate, the consignee in the relevant commercial documents may be used.

I.7

Place of destination

 

Indicate the delivery address in the Union. This applies to both conforming and non-conforming goods (see box I.19).

I.8

Operator responsible for the load

 

This is the person defined in Article 2(2)(e) of Directive 97/78/EC (also agent or declarant), who is in charge of the consignment when presented to the border inspection post and makes the necessary declarations to the competent authorities on behalf of the importer: give the name and address.

I.9

Accompanying documents

 

Veterinary certificate/document:

Date of issue: The date on which the certificate/document was signed by the official veterinarian or the competent authority.

Number: Give the unique official number of the certificate. For products from an approved or registered establishment or vessel, indicate the name and approval/registration number where appropriate. For embryos, ova or semen straws give an identity number of the approved collection team.

Commercial document reference: the airway bill number, the bill of lading number or the commercial number of the train or road vehicle.

I.10

Prior notification

 

Give the estimated date and time on which the consignment is expected to arrive at the BIP.

I.11

Country of origin

 

This refers to where the final product was produced, manufactured or packaged.

I.12

Not applicable

I.13

Means of transport

 

Give full details of the means of arrival transport: for aircraft the flight number, for vessels the ship name, for road vehicles the registration number plate with trailer number if appropriate, for railways the train identity and wagon number.

I.14

Country of dispatch

 

This refers to the third country where the consignment was placed aboard the means of final transport for the journey to the Union.

I.15

Establishment of origin

 

This box may be used to indicate the name and address (street, city and region/province/state, as appropriate), country and ISO country code of the establishment(s) of origin.

Where applicable, indicate the registration or approval number.

I.16

Transport conditions

 

Select the appropriate transport temperature.

I.17

Container number/Seal number

 

Give all seal and container identification numbers where relevant.

For official seal, indicate the official seal number as indicated in the official certificate and tick ‘official seal’ or indicate any other seal as mentioned in the accompanying documents.

I.18

Certified as or for

 

Tick the category for which the consignment is being presented: human consumption, feedstuff, pharmaceutical use, technical use or other.

I.19

Conformity of the goods

 

Tick ‘conforming’ for all products that will be presented for free circulation in the internal market including those that are acceptable but will be subjected to a channeling procedure and those that after receiving veterinary clearance as acceptable for free circulation, may be stored under customs control, and receive customs clearance at a later stage, either at the customs office on which the border inspection post is geographically dependent, or at another location.

Tick ‘non-conforming’ for those products not meeting EU requirements and that are for free zones, free warehouses, customs warehouses, ship chandlers or ships or transit to a third country (see boxes 22 and 24).

I.20

For transhipment to

 

Tick this box where a consignment is not to be imported at this BIP but is to travel onward in another vessel or aircraft either for importation into the EU at a second and subsequent BIP in the EU/EEA, or for a third country destination.

Indicate the name of the second and subsequent BIP and its unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES or the name of the destination third country and ISO country code.

I.21

Not applicable

I.22

For transit to

 

Tick this box for consignments that do not conform to EU requirements and are destined for a third country by movement across the relevant EU/EEA State by road, rail or waterway transport.

Indicate the name of the BIP where the products are to leave the EU (exit BIP) and its unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES.

Indicate the name of the destination third country and ISO country code.

I.23

For internal market

 

Tick this box for consignments that are being presented for distribution in the single market.

This also applies to those consignments that after receiving veterinary clearance as acceptable for free circulation, may be stored under customs control, and receive customs clearance at a later stage, either at the customs office on which the border inspection post is geographically dependent, or at another location.

I.24

For non-conforming goods

 

Select the type of destinations where the consignment will be delivered and stored under veterinary control: a free zone, a free warehouse, a customs warehouse or a ship supplier (chandler).

I.25

For re-entry

 

This refers to consignments of EU origin that have been refused acceptance or entry to a third country, and are being returned to the establishment of origin in the EU.

I.26

Not applicable

I.27

Means of transport after BIP

 

Select the appropriate means of transport for goods subject to transhipment or re-entry and for non-conforming goods in transit (see guidance note in box I.13).

I.28

Not applicable

 

Not applicable.

I.29

Not applicable

 

Not applicable.

I.30

Not applicable

I.31

Description of consignment

 

Indicate the species of animal, the treatment undergone by the products and the number and type of packages that comprise the load, e.g. 50 boxes of 2 kg, or the number of containers.

Give as a minimum the first four digits of the relevant Combined Nomenclature (CN) code established pursuant to Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 as last amended. These codes are also listed in Commission Decision 2007/275/EC (and are equivalent to the HS headings). In the case of fishery products only, where there is one certificate with one consignment having contents with more than one commodity code, the additional codes may be annotated onto the CVED as appropriate.

I.32

Total number of packages

 

Indicate the total number of packages in the consignment, where appropriate.

I.33

Total quantity

 

Indicate the total number of straws for semen, ova and embryos, where appropriate.

I.34

Total net weight/total gross weight (kg)

 

Net weight: weight of actual product in kg, excluding packaging. This is defined as the mass of the products themselves without immediate containers or any packaging.

Gross weight: overall weight in kg. This is defined as the aggregate mass of the products and of the immediate containers and all their packaging, but excluding transport containers and other transport equipment.

I.35

Declaration

 

The declaration must be signed by the natural person responsible for the consignment:

I, the undersigned person responsible for the load detailed above, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief the statements made in Part I of this document are true and complete, and I agree to comply with the requirements of Directive 97/78/EC, including payment for veterinary checks, for repossession of any consignment rejected after transit across the EU to a third country [Article 11(1)(c)] or costs of destruction if necessary.


PART II – CONTROLS

Box

Description

II.1.

Previous CVED

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES for the CVED used before transhipment.

II.2

CVED reference

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in box I.2.

II.3

Documentary check

 

To be completed for all consignments.

II.4

Identity check

 

Tick ‘seal check’ where containers are not opened and the seal is only checked according to Article 4(4)(a)(i) of Directive 97/78/EC.

Tick ‘no’ where goods are transhipped from one BIP to another BIP.

II.5

Physical check

 

‘Reduced checks’ refers to the regime laid down in Commission Decision 94/360/EEC where the consignment has not been selected for a physical check but is considered checked satisfactorily with documentary and identity check only.

‘Other’ refers to reimport procedure, channeled goods, transhipment, transit or Article 12 and 13 procedures. These destinations can be deduced from other boxes.

II.6

Laboratory test

 

Select the category of substance or pathogen for which an investigation procedure is undertaken.

‘Random’ indicates sampling where the consignment is not detained pending a result, in which case the competent authority of destination must be notified in TRACES (see Article 8 of Directive 97/78/EC). ‘Suspicion’ includes cases where the consignment has been detained pending a favourable result, or tested because of a previous notification from the rapid alert system for food and feed (RASFF), or tested because of a safeguard measure in operation.

II.7

Not applicable

II.8

Not applicable

II.9

Acceptable for transshipment

 

Tick this box where a consignment is not to be imported at this border inspection post but is to travel onward in another vessel or aircraft either for importation into the EU at a second and subsequent BIP in the EU/EEA, or for a third-country destination (See Article 9 of Directive 97/78/EC and Commission Implementing Decision 2011/215/EU) (1).

II.10

Not applicable

II.11

Acceptable for transit

 

Tick this box when it is acceptable to send consignments that do not conform to EU requirements to a third country across the relevant EU/EEA State by road, rail or waterway transport. This must be carried out under veterinary control in accordance with the requirements of Article 11 of Directive 97/78/EC and Decision 2000/208/EC.

II.12

Acceptable for internal market

 

This box is to be used for all consignments approved for free circulation within the single market.

It should also be used for consignments that meet EU requirements but for financial reasons are not being customs cleared immediately at the border inspection post, but are being stored under customs control in a customs warehouse or will be customs cleared later and/or at a geographically separate destination.

II.13

Acceptable for monitoring

 

For use where consignments are accepted but must be channeled to a specific destination laid down in Articles 8 or 15 of Directive 97/78/EC.

II.14

Acceptable as non-conforming goods

 

Use for all non-conforming consignments destined to be moved to or stored in warehouses approved in accordance with Article 12(4) or to operators authorised pursuant to Article 13 of Directive 97/78/EC.

II.15

Not applicable

II.16

Not acceptable

 

Indicate clearly, when import is refused, the subsequent process to be carried out.

Give the date for completion of the action proposed.

The address of the establishment of destination should be entered in box II.18.

II.17

Reason for refusal

 

Tick the appropriate box.

II.18

Details of controlled destinations

 

Give, as appropriate, approval number and address (or ship name and port) for all destinations where further veterinary control of the consignment is required.

II.19

Consignment resealed

 

Use this box when the original seal recorded on a consignment is destroyed on opening the container. A consolidated list of all seals that have been used for this purpose must be kept.

II.20

Identification of BIP

 

Apply the official stamp of the BIP or the competent authority in the case of non-conforming consignments.

II.21

Certifying officer

 

Signature of the veterinarian or in case of ports handling fish only, of the designated official agent as laid down in Decision 93/352/EEC:

I the undersigned official veterinarian, or designated official agent, certify that the veterinary checks on this consignment have been carried out in accordance with EU requirements.

II.22

Inspection fees

 

For internal purposes.

II.23

Customs document reference

 

For use by customs services if necessary.

II.24

Subsequent CVED

 

Indicate the unique alphanumeric code assigned by TRACES for the CVED used to document the checks after transhipment.


PART III – FOLLOW-UP

Box

Description

III.1

Previous CVED

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in box II.1.

III.2

CVED reference

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in box I.2.

III.3

Subsequent CVED

Indicate the alphanumeric code of one or more CVEDs indicated in box II.24.

III.4

Details on re-dispatch

Indicate the means of transport used, its identification details, the name of the BIP of exit, the country of destination and the date of re- dispatch, as soon as they are known.

III.5

Follow-up by

Indicate, as appropriate, the authority in charge of certifying the reception and compliance of the consignment covered by the CVED.

III.6

Certifying officer

This refers to the signature of the responsible official in the case of re-dispatch and follow-up of the consignments.

PART 2

Model for the CVED-P2

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(1)  Commission Implementing Decision of 4 April 2011 implementing Council Directive 97/78/EC as regards transhipment at the border inspection post of introduction of consignments of products intended for import into the Union or for third countries (OJ L 90, 6.4.2011, p. 50).


ANNEX II

ANNEX III

PART 1

Notes for guidance for the common veterinary entry document for animals — model 2 (CVED-A2)

GENERAL

The entries specified in Part I constitute the data dictionaries for the electronic version of the CVED-A2.

Paper copies of an electronic CVED-A2 must bear a unique machine-readable optical label which hyperlinks to the electronic version.

You must select one box from boxes I.20 to I.26 and boxes II.9 to II.16; for each box, you must select one option.

Where a box allows you to select one or more options, only the option(s) you select will be displayed in the electronic version of the CVED-A2.

Where a box is not compulsory, its contents will appear as strike-through text.

The sequences of boxes in the model of CVED-A2, the size and shape of those boxes are indicative.

Where a stamp is required, its electronic equivalent is an electronic seal.

PART I – DESCRIPTION OF CONSIGNMENT

Box

Description

I.1.

Consignor/Exporter

 

Indicate the commercial organization dispatching the consignment (in the third country).

I.2

CVED reference

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES (repeated in boxes II.2 and III.2).

I.3

Local reference

 

Indicate the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by the competent authority.

I.4

Border inspection post

 

Select the name of the Border Inspection Post (BIP).

I.5

Border inspection post code

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES to the BIP (published in the Official Journal).

I.6

Consignee/Importer

 

Indicate the address of the person or commercial organisation given on the third-country certificate. All these details are compulsory.

I.7

Place of destination

 

Place to where the animals are being taken for final unloading (not counting control posts) and kept in accordance with the current rules.

Give the name, country, address and post code.

The place of destination may be the same as the location of the consignee.

I.8

Operator responsible for the load

 

This is the person (including agent or declarant) who is in charge of the consignment when presented to the border inspection post and who makes the necessary declarations to the competent authorities on behalf of the importer: give the name and address.

This person is required to notify the BIP in accordance with Article 3(1)(a) of Directive 91/496/EEC.

The person responsible for the load and the consignee may be the same person.

I.9

Accompanying documents

 

Number: give the unique official number of the certificate.

Date of issue: this is the date on which the certificate/document was signed by the official veterinarian or the competent authority.

Accompanying documents: this mainly concerns certain types of horses (horse passport), zootechnical documents or CITES permits.

Commercial document reference: the airway bill number, the bill of lading number or the commercial number of the train or road vehicle.

I.10

Prior notification

 

Give the date and time when consignments are expected to arrive at the BIP.

Importers or their representatives are required (pursuant to Article 3(1)(a) of Directive 91/496/EEC) to give one working day’s notice to the veterinary staff of the BIP where the animals are to be presented, specifying the number, nature and expected time of arrival of the animals.

I.11

Country of origin

 

This means the country in which the animals spent the requisite period (three months in the case of cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and equidae intended for slaughter; breeding, store or registered equidae, and poultry; six months in the case of breeding and store cattle and pigs; sheep and goats for breeding, store or fattening).

For horses re-entering, this means the country from which they were last consigned

I.12

Region of origin

 

Region in which the animals spent the same period as specified for the country: this is a requirement only for those countries which are divided into regions and for which imports are authorised only from one or more parts of the country concerned. The regional codes are given in the relevant rules.

I.13

Means of transport

 

Give details of the means of transport to the BIP:

The mode of transport (air, maritime, rail, road).

Identification of the means of transport: for transport by air, the flight number; for maritime transport, the name of the vessel; for rail transport, the number of the train and the wagon and for road transport, the registration number of the road vehicle and the number of the trailer where used.

I.14

Not applicable

I.15

Establishment of origin

 

This box may be used to indicate the name and address (street, city and region/province/state, as appropriate), country and ISO country code of the establishment(s) of origin.

Where applicable, indicate the registration or approval number.

I.16

Not applicable

I.17

Container number/Seal number

 

Give all seal and container identification numbers where relevant.

For official seal, indicate the official seal number as indicated in the official certificate and tick ‘official seal’ or indicate any other seal as mentioned in the accompanying documents.

I.18

Certified as or for

 

Give the information as indicated on the certificate in accordance with the rules laid down.

‘Body approved pursuant to Directive 92/65/EEC’ means an officially recognised body, institute or centre. ‘Quarantine’ refers to Regulation (EU) No 139/2013 (1) for certain birds and Directive 92/65/EC for birds, cats and dogs. ‘Relaying’ applies to molluscs. ‘Other’ means for purposes not listed elsewhere in this classification.

I.19

Not applicable

I.20

For transshipment

 

Use this box, in accordance with Article 4(3) of Directive 91/496/EEC, where a consignment is not to be imported at this BIP and the animals are continuing their journey by sea or by air on the same vessel or the same aircraft, to another BIP for import into the European Union or the European Economic Area. Indicate the assigned TRACES unit number – see box I.5.

This box may also be used where animals arrive in the EU/EEA from a third country on their way to another third country on board the same aircraft or maritime vessel.

I.21

Not applicable

I.22

For transit to

 

This means transit through EU/EEA of animals from a third country and destined for another third country in accordance with Article 9 of Directive 91/496/EEC. Give the ISO code of the third country of destination.

Exit BIP: name of the BIP where the animals are to leave the EU.

I.23

For internal market

 

Tick this box where consignments are intended to be placed on the Union market.

I.24

Not applicable

I.25

For re-entry

 

Re-entry applies only to registered horses for racing, competition and cultural events after temporary export (Regulation (EU) 2018/659) (2).

I.26

For temporary admission

 

Temporary admission applies only to registered horses. Indicate the point and date of exit (this must be less than 90 days after admission).

I.27

Means of transport after BIP

 

State the mode of transport to be used after the consignment has passed through the BIP and give details (see guidance note in box I.13).

‘Other’ means modes of transport not covered by Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 (3) which deals with the welfare of animals during transport.

I.28

Transporter

 

In accordance with animal welfare rules, give the transporter’s approval number and in the case of air transport, please ensure that the company is a member of IATA.

I.29

Date of departure

 

This box may be used to indicate the estimated date and time of departure from the BIP.

I.30

Journey log

 

State where a route plan is presented to accompany the animals in accordance with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 1/2005.

I.31

Description of consignment

 

Species: state the species of animal by giving the common name and breed where appropriate.

For non-domestic animals (in particular those destined for zoos, exhibitions or research institutes) give the scientific name.

I.32

Total number of packages

 

Give the number of boxes, cages or stalls in which the animals are being transported.

I.33

Total quantity

 

Give the number or weight in kg as stated on the veterinary certificate or other documents

I.34

Total net weight/total gross weight (kg)

 

This box may be used to:

Indicate the total net weight (i.e. the mass of the animals themselves, without immediate containers or any packaging);

Indicate the total gross weight (i.e. the aggregate mass of the animals, plus immediate containers and all packaging, but excluding transport containers and other transport equipment).

I.35

Declaration

 

I, the undersigned person responsible for the load detailed above, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief the statements made in Part I of this document are true and complete and I agree to comply with the legal requirements of Directive 91/496/EEC, including payment for veterinary checks, as well as for redispatching consignments, for quarantine or isolation of animals, or costs of euthanasia and disposal if necessary.

This commits the signatory also to accepting back consignments in transit that are refused entry by a third country.


PART II – CONTROLS

Box

Description

II.1.

Previous CVED

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES to the CVED used where a consignment is split or in the case of transhipment (where official controls are performed), replacement or, cancellation.

II.2

CVED reference

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in Box I.2.

II.3

Documentary check

 

To be completed for all consignments. This also includes checking compliance with national requirements regardless of the final destination. The documentation required for this check will be provided by the importer or the importer’s representative.

II.4

Identity check

 

Compare with the original certificates and documents.

Derogation: tick this box where animals are being transshipped from one BIP to another and will not have undergone an identity check pursuant to Article 4(3) of Directive 91/496/EEC.

II.5

Physical check

 

This includes the outcome of the clinical examination, and the mortality and morbidity of the animals.

Derogation: tick this box where animals are being transshipped from one BIP to another and will not have undergone a physical check pursuant to Article 4(3) of Directive 91/496/EEC This box must also be used for species of animal not listed in Annex A to Directive 90/425/EEC imported at a BIP of a Member State which is not the final destination and for which the physical checks must be carried out at the place of final destination in accordance with Article 8(A)(1)(b)(ii) of Directive 91/496/EEC.

II.6

Laboratory test

 

Tested for: state the category of substance or pathogen for which an investigation procedure is undertaken.

‘On a random basis’ indicates monthly sampling pursuant to Decision 97/794/EC.

‘Based on suspicions’ includes cases where animals are suspected of having a disease or show signs of disease or are tested under safeguard clauses in force.

Pending: tick if the animals have not been dispatched pending results

II.7

Welfare check

 

Describe the transport conditions and the welfare status of the animals on arrival.

Derogation: tick this box where animals are being transshipped from one BIP to another and will not have undergone a welfare check.

II.8

Impact of the transport on animals

 

State how many animals have died, how many are unfit to travel and how many females gave birth or miscarried during transport. In the case of animals consigned in large numbers (day-old chicks, fish, molluscs, etc.) give an estimate of the number of dead or unfit animals as appropriate.

II.9

Acceptable for transhipment

 

Complete where relevant to indicate acceptability for transshipment as defined in box. I.20.

II.10

Not applicable

II.11

Acceptable for transit

 

Complete by indicating transit Member States in accordance with the route plan where appropriate

II.12

Acceptable for internal market

 

Complete as appropriate if the animals are being sent to a controlled destination (slaughterhouse, officially approved body or quarantine as defined in box I.18) authorised for import on special conditions.

II.13

Not applicable

II.14

Not applicable

II.15

Acceptable for temporary admission

 

This box applies only for registered horses. They are authorised to remain on EU/EEA territory only until the date specified in box I.26, which cannot be more than 90 days.

II.16

Not acceptable

 

Use this box for consignments which do not meet EU requirements or which are suspect.

Where import is refused, indicate clearly the procedure to be followed. ‘Slaughter’ means that the meat from the animals could go for human consumption if passed on inspection. ‘Euthanasia’ means destruction or elimination of the animals and their meat cannot be allowed to go for human consumption.

II.17

Reason for refusal

 

Complete as appropriate to add relevant information. Tick the appropriate box.

‘Absence of/invalid certificate’ refers to import licenses or transit documents required by third countries or Member States.

II.18

Details of controlled destinations

 

Give the approval number and address including postcode for all destinations where an additional veterinary check is required. This applies to boxes II.9, II.11, II.12 and II.15. For box II.15 only give the address of the first establishment. For sensitive bodies which must remain anonymous, give the number assigned to them but no address.

II.19

Consignment resealed

 

Use this box when the original seal recorded on a consignment is destroyed on opening the container. A consolidated list of all seals that have been used for this purpose should be kept.

II.20

Identification of BIP

 

Official stamp of the BIP or competent authority

II.21

Certifying officer

 

Name and signature of the official veterinarian, and date

II.22

Inspection fees

 

For internal purposes.

II.23

Customs document reference

 

For use by customs services to add relevant information (e.g. the number of the T1 or T5 customs certificate) where consignments remain under customs controls for a period. This information is normally added after signature by the veterinarian.

II.24

Subsequent CVED

 

Indicate the alphanumeric code of one or more daughter CVEDs.


PART III – FOLLOW-UP

Box

Description

III.1

Previous CVED

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in box II.1.

III.2

CVED reference

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in box I.2.

III.3

Subsequent CVED

Indicate the alphanumeric code of one or more CVEDs indicated in box II.24.

III.4

Details on re-dispatch

Indicate the means of transport used and its identification, the country and the ISO country code.

Indicate the date of re-dispatch and the name of the exit BIP, as soon as this information is known.

III.5

Follow-up by

Indicate the authority in charge of certifying the reception and compliance of the consignment covered by the CVED: the exit BIP, the final destination BIP or the control unit.

Indicate the further destination and/or reasons for non-compliance or for changing the animals’ status (e.g. invalid destination, missing or invalid certificate, document mismatch, missing or invalid identification, unsatisfactory tests, suspected animal(s), dead animal(s), lost animal(s) or conversion into permanent entry).

III.6

Certifying officer

This refers to the signature of the certifying officer of the competent authority in the case of re-dispatch and follow-up of the consignments.

PART 2

Model for the CVED-A2

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(1)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 139/2013 of 7 January 2013 laying down animal health conditions for imports of certain birds into the Union and the quarantine conditions thereof (OJ L 47, 20.2.2013, p. 1).

(2)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/659 of 12 April 2018 on the conditions for the entry into the Union of live equidae and of semen, ova and embryos of equidae (OJ L 110, 30.4.2018, p. 1).

(3)  Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 of 22 December 2004 on the protection of animals during transport and related operations and amending Directives 64/432/EEC and 93/119/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1255/97 (OJ L 3, 5.1.2005, p. 1).


ANNEX III

ANNEX III

PART 1

Notes for guidance for the common entry document — model 2 (CED2)

GENERAL

Part I is to be completed by the feed and food business operator or their representative, unless otherwise indicated.

Parts II and III are to be completed by the competent authority.

The entries specified in this Part constitute the data dictionaries for the electronic version of the CED2.

Paper copies of an electronic CED2 must bear a unique machine-readable optical label which hyperlinks to the electronic version.

Where a box allows you to select one or more options, only the option(s) you select will be displayed in the electronic version of the CED2.

Where a box is not compulsory, its contents will appear as strike-through text.

The sequences of boxes in the model of CED2, the size and shape of those boxes are indicative.

Where a stamp is required, its electronic equivalent is an electronic seal.

PART I – DESCRIPTION OF CONSIGNMENT

Box

Description

I.1.

Consignor/Exporter

 

Indicate the name and full address of the natural or legal person (feed and food business operator) dispatching the consignment. Information concerning telephone and fax numbers or an email address is recommended.

I.2

CED reference

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES (repeated in boxes II.2 and III.2).

I.3

Local reference

 

Indicate the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by the competent authority.

I.4

Designated point of entry

 

Select the name of the designated point of entry (DPE) or control point where appropriate.

I.5

Designated point of entry code

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES to the DPE or control point where appropriate.

I.6

Consignee/Importer

 

Indicate the name and full address. Information on telephone and fax numbers or an email address is recommended.

I.7

Place of destination

 

Indicate the delivery address in the Union. Information on telephone and fax numbers or an email address is recommended.

I.8

Operator responsible for the consignment

 

This is the person (feed and food business operator or their representative or the person making the declaration on their behalf) who is in charge of the consignment when it is presented at the DPE and who makes the necessary declarations to the competent authority at the DPE on behalf of the importer. Insert the name and full address. Information on telephone and fax numbers or an e- mail address is recommended.

I.9

Accompanying documents

 

Insert the date of issue and the number of official documents accompanying the consignment, as appropriate.

Commercial document reference: the airway bill number, the bill of lading number or the commercial number of the train or road vehicle.

I.10

Prior notification

 

Insert the estimated date and time on which the consignment is expected to arrive at the DPE or control point where appropriate.

I.11

Country of origin

 

This refers to the third country where the commodity is originating from, grown, harvested or produced.

I.12

Not applicable

I.13

Means of transport

 

Give full details of the means of arrival transport: for aircrafts the flight number, for vessels the ship name, for road vehicles the registration number plate with trailer number if appropriate, for railway vehicles the train identity and wagon number.

I.14

Country of dispatch

 

This refers to the third country where the consignment was placed aboard the means of final transport for the journey to the Union.

I.15

Not applicable

I.16

Transport conditions

 

Select the appropriate temperature during transport.

I.17

Container number/Seal number

 

Give all seal and container identification numbers where relevant.

For official seal, indicate the official seal number as indicated in the official certificate and tick ‘official seal’ or indicate any other seal as mentioned in the accompanying documents.

I.18

Certified as or for

 

Select the intended use of the commodity as specified in the official certificate (where required) or commercial document.

Tick the appropriate box depending on whether the commodity is destined for human consumption without prior sorting or other physical treatment (in this case tick ‘human consumption’) or is intended for human consumption after such treatment (in this case tick ‘further process’), or is intended for use as ‘feedingstuffs’ (in this case tick ‘feedingstuffs’) or other.

I.19

Not applicable

I.20

For transfer to

 

During the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), the DPE shall select this box to allow the transfer to another control point, following a satisfactory documentary check at the DPE.

I.21

For onward transportation

 

Indicate the preferred place to which the consignment selected for identity and physical checks will be transported if authorised by the DPE, pending the results of physical checks, in accordance with Article 8.

I.22

Not applicable

I.23

For internal market

 

Tick this box where the consignment is intended for importation into the Union (Article 8).

I.24

Not applicable

I.25

Not applicable

I.26

Not applicable

I.27

Means of transport after DPE

 

Select the appropriate means of transport in case of transfer to control point or onward transportation (see guidance note in box I.13).

I.28

Not applicable

 

 

I.29

Not applicable

 

 

I.30

Not applicable

I.31

Description of consignment

 

Provide a detailed description of the goods (including for feed the type of feed).

Use the code identifying the goods as listed in Annex I (including the TARIC sub-division, if applicable).

Identify the type of packaging.

I.32

Total number of packages

 

Indicate the total number of packages in the consignment, where appropriate.

I.33

Total quantity

 

Indicate the number of pieces or volume, where appropriate.

I.34

Total net weight/total gross weight (kg)

 

Net weight: weight of actual product in kg, excluding packaging. This is defined as the mass of the products themselves without immediate containers or any packaging.

Gross weight: overall weight in kg. This is defined as the aggregate mass of the products and of the immediate containers and all their packaging, but excluding transport containers and other transport equipment.

I.35

Declaration

 

The declaration must be signed by the natural person responsible for the consignment:

I, the undersigned operator responsible for the consignment detailed above, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief the statements made in Part I of this document are true and complete, and I agree to comply with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 on official controls, including payment for official controls, and consequent official measures in case of non-compliance with the feed and food law.


PART II – CONTROLS

Box

Description

II.1.

Previous CED

 

Indicate in this box the unique alpha-numeric code assigned by TRACES for the CED used before transfer to a control point or before onward transportation.

II.2

CED reference

 

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in box I.2.

II.3

Documentary check

 

To be completed for all consignments.

II.4

Identity check

 

The competent authority of the DPE or, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), the competent authority of the control point, shall indicate the results of the identity checks.

II.5

Physical check

 

The competent authority of the DPE shall indicate whether the consignment is selected for physical checks that, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), may be carried out at a different control point.

The competent authority of the DPE or, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), the competent authority of the control point, shall indicate the results of the physical checks.

II.6

Laboratory test

 

The competent authority of the DPE or, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), the competent authority of the control point, shall indicate the results of the laboratory test here. Complete this box with the category of substance or pathogen for which a laboratory test has been carried out.

II.7

Not applicable

II.8

Not applicable

II.9

Acceptable for transfer to

 

The competent authority of the DPE shall indicate, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), following a satisfactory documentary check, to which control point the consignment may be transported in order for identity and physical checks to be carried out.

II.10

Acceptable for onward transportation to

 

The competent authority of the DPE shall indicate if the consignment is authorised for the onward transportation provided for in Article 8. Onward transportation can only be authorised if the identity checks have been carried out at the DPE and if their result is satisfactory. Box II.4 shall therefore be filled in at the same time as onward transportation is authorised, while Box II.5 shall be filled in once the results of laboratory tests are available.

II.11

Not applicable

II.12

Acceptable for internal market

 

This box is to be used for all consignments to be released for free circulation within the Union.

II.13

Not applicable

II.14

Not applicable

II.15

Not applicable

II.16

Not acceptable

 

Indicate clearly the date by which the action has to be taken in the case of rejection of the consignment due to the unsatisfactory outcome of the checks.

II.17

Reason for refusal

 

Tick the appropriate box.

II.18

Details of controlled destinations (II.9, II.10 and II.16)

 

Give, as appropriate, approval number and address (or ship name and port) for all destinations where further control of the consignment is required.

II.19

Consignment resealed

 

Use this box when the original seal recorded on a consignment is destroyed on opening the container. A consolidated list of all seals that have been used for this purpose must be kept.

II.20

Identification of DPE or control point

 

Put the official stamp of the competent authority of the DPE here or, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), of the competent authority of the control point.

II.21

Certifying officer

 

Signature of the responsible official of the competent authority of the DPE or, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), of the competent authority of the control point:

I, the undersigned official inspector of the DPE/control point, certify that the checks on the consignment have been carried out in accordance with Union requirements.

II.22

Inspection fees

 

This box may be used to indicate inspection fees.

II.23

Customs document reference

 

For use by customs services, if necessary.

II.24

Subsequent CED

 

Indicate the unique alphanumeric code assigned by TRACES for the CED used after transfer to control point or after onward transportation.


PART III – FOLLOW-UP

Box

Description

III.1

Previous CED

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in box II.1.

III.2

CED reference

This is the unique alpha-numeric code indicated in box I.2.

III.3

Subsequent CED

Indicate the alphanumeric code of one or more CEDs indicated in box II.24.

III.4

Details on re-dispatch

The competent authority of the DPE or, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), the competent authority of the control point, shall indicate the means of transport used, its identification details, the country of destination and the date of re- dispatch, as soon as they are known. The indication of the name of the exit BIP or DPE is optional.

III.5

Follow-up

Indicate the Local Competent Authority Unit responsible, as appropriate, for the supervision in case of ‘Destruction’, ‘Transformation’ or ‘Use for other purpose’ of the consignment. That authority shall report the result of the arrival of the consignment and the correspondence of the consignment in this box.

III.6

Certifying officer

In the case of ‘re-dispatch’, this refers to the signature of the responsible official for the competent authority of the DPE or, during the transitional period provided for in Article 19(1), the responsible official for the control point.

In the case of ‘destruction’, ‘transformation’ or ‘use for other purpose’, this refers to the signature of the responsible official for the local competent authority.

PART 2

Model for the CED2

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