CUSTOMS INFORMATION

Air New Zealand Cargo

Ensure you've met New Zealand and international regulatory compliance in the air cargo supply chain when exporting or importing your goods. Failure to do so may have significant implications to your business.

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  • New Zealand Customs

    Date Added: 6th December 2010

    The New Zealand Customs Service plays an integral role in exporting. They facilitate legitimate trade and help secure access for New Zealand exports to overseas markets. Their website provides useful information on a range of topics including prohibited exports, permits, drawbacks, the Secure Exports Scheme, and Frequently Asked Questions.

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  • Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry

    Date Added: 6th December 2010

    New Zealand has very strict biosecurity procedures at airports and ports to prevent the introduction of pests and diseases of animals and plants. People failing to declare biosecurity risk goods can receive an instant fine of $400, be fined up to $100,000 and/or face up to five years in prison. Declare or Dispose. If in doubt, ask a bisosecurity inspector.

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  • USA Customs & Border Protection

    Date Added: 6th December 2010

    Detailed cargo information is required for all NZ flights (including transit cargo) to or through the USA. Find out how to submit your data to the USA Customs and Border Protection (CBP) System here.

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  • USA Food & Drug Administration

    Date Added: 6th December 2010

    Exporting food to the USA? This section contains important information from the USA Food & Drug Administration that may affect your food exports.

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