Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Certificates of Origin

Certificates of Origin

 
Any business can approach ExportNZ to apply for a Certificate of Origin (COO) that proves their goods are made in New Zealand.
 
NOTE: Products going to China from New Zealand via a third country must also have a Certificate of Non Manipulation.

These certificates are generally required by countries that New Zealand has a trade agreement with, to ensure our exportersget preferential treatment. For example, to gain preferred access the NZ-China Free Trade Agreement specifies all New Zealand consignments to China must carry a COO. The applications will be processed through an agreement with Independent Verification Services Ltd (IVS) that guarantees the certificates and supplies a range of internationally recognised documents.

Special ExportNZ & EMA Member Pricing; 

Free Trade Agreement Certificate of Origin $25.00 plus GST,  
Non-Free Trade Agreement Certificate of Origin $15.00 plus GST. ​ 

Simply register and apply online at https://exportnz.certifynz.co.nz

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