Import Industry Advice RSS https://www.awe.gov.au/ en 245-2021: Update: Implementation of phytosanitary measures for Diaporthe angelicae on imported carrot seed for sowing https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2021/245-2021 9 December 2021 Who does this notice affect? This notice is of interest to clients in the import industry for Daucus carota (carrot) seeds for planting, including importers, customs brokers, freight forwarders and overseas suppliers. What has changed? The purpose of this notification is to provide an update on the implementation of the phytosanitary measures for Daucus carota (carrot) seed for sowing, as part of the department’s ‘… 244-2021: Upcoming extension of sea container measures (Phase 6A) to protect against khapra beetle https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2021/244-2021 9 December 2021 Who does this notice affect? Stakeholders in the import and shipping industries—including vessel masters, freight forwarders, treatment providers, Biosecurity Industry Participants, importers, customs brokers, principal shipping agents, and any other operators in the sea container supply and logistics chain. What has changed? As notified in… 2021-68: Plant Export Operations – Enhancement to EXDOC for horticulture exports https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/export/controlled-goods/plants-plant-products/ian/2021/2021-68 6 December 2021 Purpose This Industry Advice Notice (IAN) is to notify stakeholders of updates to the Export Documentation System (EXDOC) that will facilitate automatic Request For Permit (RFP) authorisation for all exports of fresh fruit and vegetables, where no certificate is required. Key points From 7 pm to 12 pm AEDT on Tuesday, 7 December 2021, EXDOC will be updated to facilitate the automatic RFP authorisation of all fresh fruit and vegetable… 243-2021: Services Restored: Saturday 4 December 2021 – BICON, COLS, MARS, OPS, PEBS https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2021/243-2021 4 December 2021 Who does this notice affect? All clients attempting to view invoices or pay for previously submitted applications within the Biosecurity Import Conditions System during this planned maintenance period. All importers and customs brokers who will be required to lodge imported cargo documentation to the department for biosecurity assessment during this planned maintenance period.   All… 242-2021: Urgent Scheduled Outage: Saturday 04 December 2021 – COLS, PEBS https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2021/242-2021 3 December 2021 Who does this notice affect? All importers and customs brokers who will be required to lodge imported cargo documentation to the department for biosecurity assessment during this planned outage.  All importers of plants, cats and/or dogs who will be required to use the Post Entry Biosecurity System during this planned outage. Information Due to urgent scheduled infrastructure maintenance, the Cargo Online Lodgement System (COLS… 241-2021: Entry coversheet for seed for planting consignments now available for use https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2021/241-2021 3 December 2021 Who does this notice affect? This notice is of interest to clients in the import industry for seeds for planting, including importers, customs brokers, freight forwarders and overseas suppliers. What has changed? The purpose of this notification is to advise stakeholders that the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (the department) has published an entry coversheet that may be used for seed for planting consignments.… 2021-67: Plant Export Operations –Update on new registration process for food processing and storage facilities handling product for export to China and product labelling requirements https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/export/controlled-goods/plants-plant-products/ian/2021/2021-67 3 December 2021 Purpose This Industry Advice Notice (IAN) is to provide updated information on the registration of food processing and storage facilities handling product for export to China, and product labelling requirements for food products exported to China. Key points The advice in this notice updates information provided in previous notice… 2021-66: Horticulture – Applications for the export of carrots to Taiwan in 2022 https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/export/controlled-goods/plants-plant-products/ian/2021/2021-66 1 December 2021 Purpose This Industry Advice Notice (IAN) is to advise the carrot industry that applications are now open for the accreditation of farms and packhouses to export to Taiwan for the 2022 season. Summary of key points Applications are now open for the accreditation of carrot farms and packhouses from New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, Northern Territory and South Australia for the 2022 season. Growers and… 240-2021: Addition of Estonia to list of approved Salmonid processing countries https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2021/240-2021 30 November 2021 Who does this notice affect? This notice is of interest to importers of salmonid products and associated industry participants and retailers. What has changed? This notice is to inform industry that the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment has approved Estonia as a processing country for salmon and salmonid products. Please note: This new approval is only for product processed in Estonia. Estonia is… 239-2021: Service Disruption: Friday 03 December to Monday 06 December 2021 – BICON, COLS, MARS, OPS, PEBS https://www.awe.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2021/239-2021 29 November 2021 Who does this notice affect? All clients attempting to view invoices or pay for previously submitted applications within the Biosecurity Import Conditions System during this planned maintenance period. All importers and customs brokers who will be required to lodge imported cargo documentation to the department for biosecurity assessment during this planned maintenance period. All clients who will be required to use the department’s Maritime…