Fees and charges Our fees

CHED-P charges (apply to gross weight)

Minimum charge is £52.50 up to 6 tons and £8.50 per ton thereafter, up to a maximum of £400.00, except for fishmeal which is £600.00. Fee for CHED-P to be input on IPAFFS by MPHA: £25.00.
£52.50 for Document checks completed on diverted consignments.


Products of animal origin from New Zealand

£6.60 per Ton (rounded up to the next full ton)

Minimum charge £41.00
Maximum charge £305.00

Catch certificates

A charge of £90 per consignment will apply for formal verification requests made to the Marine Management Organisation. Bilateral countries: Norway, Iceland, USA, Canada, New Zealand, Faroe Islands.

Number of certificates Third country EEA / EFTA / Bilateral
1 — 5 £50.00 £25.00
6 — 10 £72.00 £45.00
11— 20 £80.00 £55.00
21+ £95.00 £67.00.

EU IUU

Number of certificates Charge
1 — 5 £50
6 — 10 £65
11 — 15 £80
16 — 20 £95
21 — 25 £110
26 — 30 £125
31 — 35 £140
36 — 40 £155
41 — 45 £170
46 — 50 £185
51 — 55 £200
56 — 60 £215
61 — 65 £230
66 — 70 £245
71 — 75 £260
75+ £275

ORGANIC CERTIFICATES

Organic Certificates
£45.00 if entered into PHILIS DES
£60.00 per certificate if entered into PHILIS DES by MPHA

CHED-D charges

Please note: other additional costs could apply for example: analytical costs, destruction costs. The charges for these will vary and will be invoiced after completion of the checks.

Level of check Charge
Documentary check £55.00
Full identity £80.00
Physical compliant check £180.00
Physical non-compliant check £300.00
Document checks completed on diverted consignments £55.00

Plastic declarations

If the consignment falls within the sampling protocol and requires a physical examination, a fee of £180.00 will be charged along with the analytical cost, which is set by a third party. These charges will be invoiced after completion of examination.

Number of certificates Charge
1 — 5 £45.00
6 — 10 £60.00
11 — 20 £80.00
21+ 105.00

GM rice from China

Physical examination £220, plus analytical cost set by a third party.

The charges for this will be invoiced after completion of the examination and analytical results received.


Ship sanitation exemption / control certificates

GRT of vessel Charge
0 — 1000 £110.00
1001 — 3000 £150.00
3001 — 10000 £220.00
10001 — 20000 £285.00
20001 — 30000 £365.00
30001+ £425.00
Cruise ships 50 — 1000 people £425.00
Cruise ships 1001+ people £725.00
Extension certificates £70.00
Follow up visit after notification from
another port
£70.00
Re-visit following issuance of Control £70.00
Inspections / visits conducted
out-of-hours
£300.00

Water samples

Costs of other samples i.e. chemical, can be obtained on request.

Microbiological First sample £105.00
£40.00 per additional sample
Legionella First sample £105.00
£72.50 per additional sample
Out-of-hours £300.00 per visit

Detention of goods at border inspection post

For chilled / frozen products there is also a charge of £15.00 per day (charges will be invoiced).

Days detention Cost per kilo per day
0 — 7 £0.00
8 — 21 £0.05
22+ £0.15

Destruction

£0.60 per kg (charges will be invoiced).


Non-compliant charges

Item Charge
Issuance of an OFFC 2009 regulation 32(2)
or 32(3) rejection options and
destruction notice
£120.00
Consignment check and supervisory fee for
overseeing re-export, destruction etc.
£300.00
Late notification letter issued for all
documentation not pre-notified as set out in legislation.
£25.00

Consent to move

Item Charge
Issuance of Organic Products 2009, Regulation 7
or Regulation 8, Consent to Move notice
£120.00
Issuance of The Sea Fishing
(Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing)
Order 2009, Regulation 6, Consent to Movement Notice
£120.00

Non pre-notification

A charge of £25.00 per late notification letter will be levied for all documentation not pre-notified, as set out in the legislation.


Export certificates

£105.00 for the first hour, £40.00 per additional hour.


Food hygiene inspection

£200.00 (requested re-score)


Administration costs

A charge of £25.00 will be levied for administrative actions taken outside of our normal processes.

For example:

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