International Trade

Business Life Magazine 2017

Our Spring magazine showcases the very best of Lancashire Exporters. To view our four page spread please click on the picture below.

To view the international trade pages of the […]

Notice 236: Returned Goods Relief – Update

What is this notice about?
This notice tells you about Returned Goods Relief (RGR), and explains how you can re-import goods to the EU in the same state they were […]

We want your opinion on proposed domestic sanctions legislation

The government has published a white paper and launched a public consultation on the proposals for domestic sanctions legislation.

The white paper sets out our thinking on the overarching legal […]


The number of UK businesses trading with South America has doubled in the last five years and one of the hottest destinations in the region is Chile.

That’s why the […]

Developing Trade with Brazil

During her inaugural visit to the UK, Jacqueline Nakamura, representing the Department for International Trade in Brazil, held private meetings with a dozen local businesses from various sectors including […]


East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce, representing local companies, has once again been granted ‘Exemplary Status’ on the processing and certification service which is rolled out to assist them on […]

TRAVELLERS’ TALES – Why, where and when we went to Nigeria!

At the end of 2015 we took a visit to Nigeria to assess the potential of the healthcare market. Now I’m sure you’re thinking, just as the majority of […]

Mandy Lockett’s article

Mandy Lockett, International Business Director of the East Lancashire’s Chamber of Commerce , has published her latest column in the Business Life magazine Spring edition, which reads:

With the triggering […]

Where in the World?

Name the Capital city where this prominent building is located?
Email your answer to Stephanie Warrington on [email protected] and you could win a case of luxury wine.
Winner and results will […]

British Chambers of Commerce comments on the triggering of Article 50 and the start of Brexit negotiations

Commenting on the triggering of Article 50 by the Prime Minister, Theresa May, Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said:

“Now that Brexit negotiations are […]