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Title: MFAT/NZTE


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MFAT/NZTE Practical StepsNovember 2012
2
Practical Steps to Getting to Market
  • Documentation Requirements
  • Shipping Process and Getting to Market
  • Key Tips and Lessons Learned

3
Documentation Requirements
  • Standard
  • Commercial Invoice
  • Packing List
  • Packing Declaration
  • Certificate of Origin
  • Bill of Lading
  • Phyto Sanitary Certificate

4
Documentation Requirements
  • Other
  • Quality Certificate
  • Quantity Certificate
  • Certificate of Non Manipulation
  • Clarify what is required
  • Why?
  • Where?
  • What?
  • Original or Copy Documents

5
Documentation Requirements
  • Certificate of Origin
  • Arrange through 3rd Party
  • IVS www.ivslimited.co.nz
  • Chamber of Commerce www.chamberdocs.co.nz
  • Application Process
  • Cost approximately 35.00

6
COO Example

7
Shipping and Getting to Market
  • The Shipping Process
  • Air and Sea Service Profile
  • Role of the Exporter
  • Role of the Importer
  • Role of the Freight Forwarder

8
The Shipping Process
9
Airfreight Services
  • Airfreight Services ex Auckland
  • Two Direct services daily
  • Air NZ to Shanghai  B767 aircraft
  • China Southern to Guangzhou A330 aircraft
  • Regularly booked to capacity with live lobsters
    other foodstuffs
  • Transhipment services to major Chinese airports
    via carriers home city
  • Cathay Pacific via HKG
  • China Airlines via TPE
  • Korean Airlines via ICN
  • Malaysia Airlines via KUL
  • Qantas via SYD
  • Singapore Airlines via SIN
  • Thai Airways via BKK

10
Seafreight Services
  • Multiple Carriers ex New Zealand to China
  • Transit times 17 to 22 days direct
  • Add One to Two Weeks for Trans-ship
  • Match service to your product and customer
    destination
  • Be aware of Peak Season Feb to May

11
The Shipping Process
  • Role of the Exporter
  • Take Ownership
  • Role of the Importer
  • Clarify Requirements
  • Role of the Freight Forwarder
  • Facilitate Process

12
Lessons Learned and Key Tips
  • Documentation Accuracy weight, m3, detail all
    must match
  • Documentation Requirements Why/Where/What.
    Clear Communication
  • Prepare and Understand each point of your supply
    chain and the relationship between you as the
    shipper and your customer/importer
  • Import Eligibility - can your customer legally
    import?
  • Inco Terms of Trade FOB/CFR/DAP
  • Use of Bonded Warehouse (trans-ship LCL
    inland/understand cost)
  • Do your home work and research utilise
  • MFAT
  • NZTE
  • Freight Forwarder
  • Ship on a direct service to avoid
    non-manipulation issues on tariff items

13
Key Tips continued
  • Presence successful companies are those who
    have a presence all the time, or are committed to
    sustained visits, build face to face
    relationships China Air, 13 visits, 18 months
  • Partners choose carefully and maintain
    communication
  • Product/brand ensure these fit the market
    what does your brand mean when translated?
  • Political, social, law order, geographical,
    language, customs and culture need consideration
  • Growth driven regionally take into account
    provincial base not just on the main centres
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