Export Readiness Checklist
NT Farmers is pleased to be part of the Free Trade Agreement – Market Entry Grant Funding Agreement in relation to the Northern Territory Horticultural export market supply chains. A major challenge for growers can be understanding how to access new markets, the supply chain and having the right tools for exporting. A properly designed export supply chain is instrumental to the success of achieving your businesses commercial goals.
NT Farmers can assist in delivering a range of export readiness tools for growers looking to commence exporting or those looking to improve exporting performance. No two international markets are the same. We’re here to help you identify the best potential markets and strategies for international growth for your products and help you reach your sales objectives.
What are the necessary steps involved in the correct procedures for exporting and interacting with the right agency? Dependent on the commodity these may vary and utilising NT Farmers Association, the representative peak body, Department of Agriculture, Department of Water and Natural Resources, your local government institution, Austrade etc. can assist in preparing you for the export process.
The export process:
2. Check the importing country requirements
3. Submit a Notice of Intention or Request for Permit form and supporting documents
4. Prepare your goods and any registrations. Properties, including farms and packhouses, will need to be accredited by the department if the importing country requires the property to follow specific procedures or systems. For more info visit Horticulture export accredited properties
For mango export registration click here
5. Present documents and goods to an Authorised Officer
6. Export your goods (packing and authorising) through an Authorised Officer