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G20 Summit Impact

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Effecting Shanghai and Ningbo Main ports – factory closures from 24th August to 6th September. Key measures taken by local governments to improve air quality and security, before and during the G20 Summit, consequently shipping schedules will be affected, for more information please contact us..  Continue reading “G20 Summit Impact”   

New Food Import Law

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As from 1st March, New Zealand food importers will have to meet new regulatory requirements under the Food Act 2014. The most significant change introduced is that people or businesses wishing to import food into the country must either register with the Ministry of Primary Industries ( MPI) as a food importer or use a  Continue reading “New Food Import Law”   

New Legal Obligations for importers/manufacturers HAZARDOUS substances

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From the 19th November 2015, if you import or manufacture hazardous substances for any purpose other than for personal use, the Environmental Protection Authority ( EPA) will need to hear from you. Once the rules come into effect your details must be provided to the EPA within 30 days of the first time you import  Continue reading “New Legal Obligations for importers/manufacturers HAZARDOUS substances”   

Customs & Excise Act review

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The New Zealand Customs Service (Customs) has released a discussion paper which outlines a number of wide ranging proposed changes to the Customs and Excise Act 1996. We strongly encourage businesses to consider the review’s impact – particularly exporters and importers and businesses considering changes to their supply chains. Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers will  Continue reading “Customs & Excise Act review”