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This is the Global/Country Study and Report on "Export Import Status of New Zealand and New Opportunities for Export -Import".
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Current status of New Zealand in import-export
Prohibited activities in New Zealand
Document requirements for Improt and Export
Trade between NZ and India
Opportunities in New Zealand
Chapter 1: Current status of New Zealand in import-export
With the country
Main Export Partners
Main Import Partners
Main Export products
Hides & Skins
Main Imported products
Chapter-2 Prohibited Activities in New Zealand
The following business activities are prohibited in New Zealand:-
Children's toys, crayons, baby walkers,
Controlled drugs, such as cocaine, cannabis and so on
Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, heat pumps, water coolers
Animals & Animal product
Birds (other than domestic birds) and other wildlife
Always on Time
Marked to Standard
Fruit wine, vegetable wine, and grape wine made from grapes not grown in New Zealand
Hazardous chemical and pesticides that are covered by the Rotterdam convention
Indigenous timber and its products
The following business activities are only permitted for New Zealand:-
Petroleum and fuels / refined oil
Aircrafts and aircraft parts
TV receivers including video monitors and projectors
Automatic data process machines
Dairy products (cattle and goats)
Meats (sheep, beef, deer)
Hides and leather
Wood products, including paper and paper associated products
Fruits and vegetables
Agricultural and industrial machinery
Iron/steel and other metals
Crude oil and mineral oils
Chapter-3 Documents required for Import-Export
All imported goods need to be cleared by the New Zealand custom services. The process is known as import entry clearance. It can be cleared in two ways, by one self or by broker or through online.
Types of clearances
Electronic Cargo Information (ECI)
Before you submit an import entry clearance or ECI report you will be required to know :
The entry types to be used
The client code and supplier code
The arrival detail of the shipment including flight or craft information , weights , number of packages, ports of loading and discharges, Airway bill/Bill of lading number , mail notice number etc.
The customs value of the goods and the freight content.
Electronic message may be generated or an import delivery order given after shipment is cleared.
There are no requirements or quotes for import license in NZ.
Taxes/Tariffs and other fees:
Metal & wooden ornaments etc.
Motor vehicle parts etc.
In order to export goods from New Zealand, a customs declaration is required to be filed including a certificate of origin and bill of lading.
There are some information is to be needed for export entry like a full description of the package goods which you export, commercial invoice, customs client code, certificate of inspection, shipping orders etc.
The fees of export entry transaction is NZ$10.22 which payable on every export entry for goods exported under an approved secure exports scheme and whichever goods are not exported under an approved secure export scheme, they will be charged NZ$14.56.
Chapter- 4 Trade between NZ and India
Import from India:
New Zealand import textile woven of cloth, footwear, machinery, chemical, precise stone, plastic etc. from India.
Export of New Zealand to India:
New Zealand coal, wool, Unprocessed logs, Aluminum, Skin of Sheep's with wool and leather.
New Zealand also wants to increase the Export of Agriculture products like dairy product, Art of gardening, and Wine Industrial products like coal and wood.
New Zealand export sheep wool to India and from that wool India make carpet it push up Indian exports.
Bilateral Trade (with two sides):
Agreement between India and New Zealand
Trade agreement - October 1986
Agreement on avoidance of double taxation - October 1986
Civil Aviation Agreement Between India and New Zealand August 1997
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Free trade agreement between India and New Zealand commenced in April 2010.
Bilateral trade has been increase continuously and reaching nearly $ 1.325 billion in 2011.
Figures of two sides trade in New Zealand $ (million)
Export to India
Import from India
New Zealand top ten Import from India (2011)
New Zealand top ten Export to India(2011)
Hides and skins
Chapter-5 Opportunities in New Zealand
If we go for the availability of business in New Zealand following are some areas where we can see some opportunity for doing business
Food and Beverage:
New Zealand is a country, having earned an international reputation for the freshness and flowers of its premium food and beverage products. The food and beverage industry is a main part of New Zealand's economy.
New Zealand's high rainfall, temperature climate, low density population, pristine waters and fertile pastures give a clear advantage when it comes to producing quality foods and beverages.
New Zealand has a 125-year history in exporting produce and is one of only two countries to export more than half of its total food production.
New Zealand's main food export categories are dairy, meat, aquaculture, wine and specially foods.
In this food and beverage industry, current opportunities are as follows:
New Zealand is having one third of control of the global dairy trade and is a leading producer of bulk commodities, such as milk powders, cheese, ice creams etc.
New Zealand's aquaculture sector has advanced at a rapid rate which is growing 5.7% year on year since 1995.NewZealand was having aquaculture exports earning NZ$261.75 million in 2010.
Once the wine industries in New Zealand were very small n family based. But in recent years, it has flourished and is now a technologically advanced producer of a wide variety of distinctive, clean, and character-filled wines.
New Zealand is recognized as being animal disease free by world organization for animal health, enabling it to develop and attract expertise in natural products, bioactive and animal derived therapeutics.
In 2009, New Zealand was ranked in top 10 countries in terms of biotechnology innovations by scientific American world view.
In New Zealand they give importance to animal health because their business of dairy and food and beverage is depended on animals.
For that they spend a lot of money on research and development department.
The infrastructure industry of New Zealand has seen an increase in transport funding, local telecommunication, improved broadband infrastructure, and a review of New Zealand's energy sector with the support of government.
Opportunities are available in following area:
Public private partnership:
New Zealand's central and local government authorities have recognized the need to assess funding option for developing public infrastructure because of the huge global demand for infrastructure development.
New Zealand is well known for world class crews, and production facilities. Screen infrastructure development is a significant area of opportunities for investors.
With a favorable international exchange rate, convenient time zone and lower production costs, New Zealand is a desirable investment destination for the screen industry.
New Zealand offers a growing tourism market and a strong, globally recognized 'New Zealand 100% pure you' campaign.
New Zealand is committed to expanding its tourism offerings.
Apart from this all opportunities, other opportunities are as follows:
Petroleum and minerals
Information and communication technology
Chapter-6 Business model
Custom Declaration form for Export & Import Clearance:
Custom Declaration form for export and export clearance are as required in Gujarat (India) and New Zealand for organization.
Major Focus Area:
Major focus area of Gujarat is Chemical, Textiles, Vegetable oils, Cement, petrochemicals, soda ash, Pharmaceuticals etc.
Major focus areas of India are petroleum products, Precious stones, Machinery, Chemicals, Vehicles of Animals, Animal Products, Vegetable products etc.
Major focus area of New Zealand are dairy products, Wood And wood products, Seafood, Coals etc.
According to our analysis, there are more potential growth opportunities in dairy products, wood products, seafood etc.to start business organization in New Zealand because it generates maximum income from it. And also there are opportunities for India and Gujarat export to New Zealand.
Average or low
Gujarat is producing 40% of pharmaceutical products in India, India is ranked 3rd in terms of volume and ranked 14th in term of values to globally, Indian pharmaceutical industry produce income of US$ 13 in 2011 and New Zealand produce income of US$ 1.07 . India also exports their product over 220 countries. So there are more opportunities for them to export in New Zealand.
More than 90%
So in NZ there are more than 90% people used or interested in embroidery so in India and mainly in Gujarat there are huge opportunities to establish craft industry or export craft product to New Zealand for generate more income.
Textile contributes 6% total industrial production in Gujarat. Gujarat Export mostly cotton from the country. Indian textile items like cotton, silk, jute are exported around the world. So in New Zealand there are opportunities for India and also for Gujarat to export their product because New Zealand import textile product.
Gemstones & Jewellary:
High or good
High or very good
India and Gujarat has huge potential opportunities to export their gemstones, diamonds and jewellary to New Zealand. India is the 3rd largest consumer of it and also participate 15% in export of India. Gujarat has skill and low cost labour cost so there is easy to export their gemstones and jewellary to NZ and gain more income. And NZ also import gemstones and jewelaary so there is opportunities for India and also for Gujarat.
Very good or good
Gujarat contributes 51% national chemical sector output. India is the 3rd largest producer in Asia and 12th largest in world. While NZ is already importing chemicals so there is opportunities for Indian or Gujarat's producer to export their chemical product suitable to NZ prescriptions.