Exports/Imports Logistics and Legislation in New Zeland

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Exports/Imports Logistics and Legislation

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Logistics supply chain 1.1 New Zealand Dairy Market (Dairy Products) 4 1.2 Destination Country (Australia) 4 1.3 Supply chain Logistics 5 1.4 Warehousing and Distribution 5 1.5 Freight Forwarders and customs 5 1.6 Physical Distribution Services 6 1.7 Product Finishing Operations 7 1.8 Freight and delivery option 8

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Regulation of destination country regarding specific transport packaging and labelling of goods 9

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Essential components of the export contract 11

3.1 Headings 12 3.2 Names and addresses of both the parties 12 3.3 Representation 13 3.4 Product, standards and specifications 13 3.5 Quantity/Quality 14 3.6 Inspection 14 3.7 Terms of delivery 14 3.8 Terms of payment, and amount 14 3.9 Taxes, duties and charges 14 3.10 Period of delivery and shipment 14 3.11 Licenses and permits 15 3.12 Insurance 15 3.13 Product Guarantee 15 3.14 Applicable law 15 3.15 Minimum orders 15 3.16 Signature of the parties 15 References: 16

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Logistics supply chain

Supply chain management(SCM) is the management of the flow of goods. It includes the movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption. What is Supply Chain? Supplier Manufacturer Distributor Retailer Customer 1.1 New Zealand Dairy Market (Dairy Products) Dairy is the backbone of New Zealand’s food and beverage industry – it is the world’s top dairy exporter and accounts for a third of the world’s dairy trade. As New Zealand’s biggest export earner (exports totaled NZ$12.1 billion in 2011), dairy contributes 25 percent to New Zealand’s merchandise export earnings. New Zealand’s efficient all-grass farming system, large-scale processing, high levels of research and development investment and creative marketing are key strengths of the industry. Taranaki is the second most populated region at 11 percent. Dairy products of New Zealand are not only the well known for its trading margin but also for its quality. 1.2 Destination Country (Australia) New Zealand and Australia have one of the closest and broadest economic and trading relationships of any two countries in the world. Australia is New Zealand’s largest bilateral trading partner, with two-way trade worth NZ$17.4 billion in year ending May 2012. New Zealand’s exports to Australia are primarily made up of mineral fuel, precious metal, machinery parts, beverages, dairy products, and wood. Australia, a big food and beverage producer in its own right, imports a number of New Zealand food and beverage products and is a net importer of food and grocery products. New Zealand is the biggest supplier of processed food and beverage products to Australia, sending over 18 percent of all imported goods in 2010. In 2010, New Zealand exported more than NZ$2.4 billion worth of food and beverage products to Australia and in 2011,

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