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www.interep.co.uk

Now taking bookings for the next InteRep courier run to:

Hamm Show, Germany - September 8th

£50 PER BOX

(One of our 6.5 lt RUBs inside our thermostatically-controlled transport units will hold 6 juvenile hognoses or 1 adult royal, for example.
Boxes for larger animals available...)

Our service is the fastest and most cost-effective in Europe.
We delivered animals safe and warm from December Hamm to their new owners in the UK within 24hrs, despite the arctic conditions!
(Other services took up to 2 WEEKS!)

Check out our 100% 5 star reviews on our Facebook page:

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We are a meeting point service, stopping in the UK at London, Birmingham and Manchester at set points and times.
We don't do door-2-door, but this is why we are fast and cheap!
Our transport equipment is highly advanced and backed-up by 30 years-worth of professional herp experience.

(see 'Routes & Time tables' page on our website: //www.interep.co.uk/routes-%26-time-tables)

Feel free to PM on here with any questions, via our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/reptilecourier) or email [email protected]
 

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Brexit

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I am being asked frequently about how Brexit will affect bringing reptiles and amphibians to / from Europe to the UK.
The simple answer, like so much around the issue, is that nobody knows for certain how legislation will pan out.
There is a risk that, if the border with the EU becomes more 'hard', it may be much more difficult and expensive to move reptiles between the then separated areas. Paperwork may be required that isn't now.
No-one can say, as yet.

If that happens it may make many species harder to obtain in the UK and more expensive.
No-one knows.

There are only a couple of shows before Brexit comes into effect.
Why take the risk?
If you want something the best course of action is to transport it now.

www.interep.co.uk
 

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CITES species will require export and import permits. So all purchases of pythons and boas for a start will need to be planned for as correct CITES permits will be needed. It is my understanding that this is likely to be rigorously enforced by UK Border Agency.
 

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Note:
I am being asked frequently about how Brexit will affect bringing reptiles and amphibians to / from Europe to the UK.
The simple answer, like so much around the issue, is that nobody knows for certain how legislation will pan out.
There is a risk that, if the border with the EU becomes more 'hard', it may be much more difficult and expensive to move reptiles between the then separated areas. Paperwork may be required that isn't now.
No-one can say, as yet.

If that happens it may make many species harder to obtain in the UK and more expensive.
No-one knows.

There are only a couple of shows before Brexit comes into effect.
Why take the risk?
If you want something the best course of action is to transport it now.

www.interep.co.uk
How does this work with pick up from Hamm - do I purchase from a seller and then you go to them to collect the animal, or is there a drop off point that the seller has to go to?
 

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Hamm logistics

Hi,

We have a table where animals can be collected and dropped off; we can't go around collecting as we have to be there.

All animals must be paid for in advance and come with any suitable paperwork from the seller.

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