70. For re-exports of fishery products which have previously been imported into the EU with a catch certificate, the re-exporter will need to complete the re-export section of the catch certificate and have this validated by the Marine and Fisheries Agency.
71. If they are not the original importers of the product, re-exporters must ensure they obtain the catch certificate (including the Multiple Certificate Summary Document if used), so that the re-export section can be completed.
72. NOTE: If the imported products have been processed in the UK before re-export, the re-export section of the catch certificate does NOT need to be completed.
Landings by third country fishing vessels
73. Third country fishing vessels will only be able to access ports, port services, and undertake landings at designated ports in the UK. The list of designated ports can be found at Annex 4.
74. Masters of third country fishing vessels will be required to notify the UK Fisheries Call Centre of the port they wish to use at least three working days before arrival, along with details of the vessel, fishing authorisation and the catch certificates for any fishery products they are carrying.
75. This notification period has been reduced to four hours for landings of fresh fish.
76. Third country fishing vessels will also need to submit a declaration prior to landing, covering the quantity of fishery products by species and date and area of catch.
77. The information to be contained in both pre-landing notification and declaration is set out in Commission Regulation 1010/2009.
79. If you have any further questions about this information note please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org