Supply Chain in Australia

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Customs Procedures

Importing certain arms, antibiotics, pesticides and a large number of other products from many sectors is prohibited. Consult the Customs website.
Export Taxes
There are no export taxes.
Export Clearance
You must fill in a Customs declaration with a description of the goods exported. The Integrated Cargo System (ICS) analyses this information and issues an Export Declaration Number.
For further details, consult the Customs website.
Necessary Declaration
Consult the Australian Customs website.

Controlling the Quality of the Products

Quality Control Organizations
Australian Quality Management

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Experts Views (3)
  • World-Class Service

    Australia already has plenty of iconic commodities exports, writes Ian Murray, so it’s time the service sector made its mark

    Australian Institute of Export on 19 Apr 2010 related to Supply Chain in Australia

  • Think Global, Link Local

    No matter how far the international supply chain stretches, for our exporters it will only be as strong as its weakest local links. Ian Murray has a few suggestions for fixing these threats to export opportunities

    Australian Institute of Export on 19 Apr 2010 related to Supply Chain in Australia

  • Chain Reaction

    Trade agencies place little attention on transport, logistics or the supply chain when it comes to export efficiency. While there is a focus on what happens at the customer end, with assistance provided in the sourcing and appointment of distributors, the front or local end is largely left to exporters to sort out for...

    Australian Institute of Export on 16 Apr 2010 related to Supply Chain in Australia

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