Has anyone come across this? DPD have just cancelled and returned all our deliveries to EU citing that they contain prohibited goods. They've sent this doc over to explain, which contains a matrix of EU countries and a list of commodity codes which they will accept or are prohibited to be sent there. https://www.dpd.co.uk/xml/content/about_dpd/uk-export-prohibited-list-v2.pdf I understand the 'no live animals, no explosives, no arms and ammunitions', but this appears to state that no EU country will accept any shipment containing commodity codes beginning with '87' which basically covers all parts for all road going cars. This is a bit of an issue for us as a car parts supplier.... Surely they've got this wrong somehow?