Documents – E-cert
Find documents, forms and notices related to E-Cert.
Amendments to the dairy official assurances framework (MPI Discussion Paper No: 2016/06)
The preferred method of payment for Animal Products E-cert invoices is by direct debit.
This notice specifies the export requirements that must be met by exporters of infant formula products and formulated supplementary foods for young children in order for their products to be eligible for export.
On 1 September 2016, this Animal Products Notice revokes and replaces the Animal Products Notice: Official Assurances Specifications – Dairy Material and Dairy Products, which was issued on 27 August 2014.
To be used when approved for a particular product or when Animal Products E-cert is unavailable and MPI has approved the emergency use of paper documents.
For simplicity this document refers to Eligibility Documents (EDs). Some of you will be raising Eligibility Declarations (EDec) – everything within this document also applies to EDecs.
AP E-cert Production WSDL
The purpose of this document is to provide Industry users who intend to implement Animal Product (AP) E-cert Submissions via XML and SOAP
AP E-cert Training WSDL
This document provides more a readable version of both the schemas, with descriptions of all of the elements, field lengths and formats
- Application Guidelines for Approvals under the Animal Products Act [PDF, 142 KB]
- AP1 Exporter Registration [DOC, 420 KB]
If you export animal materials or animal products from New Zealand, or if you are a New Zealand agent for a foreign exporter, you must be registered as an exporter with MPI. You can complete the form online, or by post. Online http://nzfsa.govt.nz/goto/ap1-form
Register a Company Coordinator for E-cert - AP26 Application Form.
These XSD files provide the XML codes and tags to use to assemble a batch file
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