Sheffield Chamber of Commerce: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

26th March 2020

To adhere to the recent government guidelines, all staff members of Sheffield International Trade Centre will now be working from home.

As a consequence, our drop-in documentation service to the Chamber office is no longer available. Sheffield Chamber can now only accept documents by post, with all documents being returned to the client via 1st class post delivery.

We do apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, but ask for your patience. The Chamber team remain committed to helping you through this difficult and uncertain time, and are working hard to ensure services remain live with as little obstruction as possible.

Individual service updates:

Export Documentation – service operating via post, therefore please expect a slight delay
Arab Certificates of Origin – service operating via post, however please be aware the the Saudi Arabia and Iraq embassies are now closed
Letter of Credit – service operating as normal
Import and Export Declarations – service operating as normal
Export Office Hub – service operating as normal
For further information, or if you have any questions, please contact our Chamber International Trade team via international@scci.org.uk or call 0114 201 8888.

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