A list of requirements you need to meet when importing vehicles and machinery.
NEW IHS APPLIES FROM 1 SEPTEMBER 2018
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) issued a new import health standard for vehicles, machinery, and equipment on 9 August 2018. It comes into force on 1 September 2018. Until then, the existing import health standard for vehicles, machinery, and tyres applies.
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keywords: vehicle-all, used vehicles, cars, trucks, utility, tires
- Vehicles, Machinery & Tyres - Import Health Standard [PDF, 517 KB]
This IHS guidance is for importers to enable and facilitate imports of vehicles/machinery into New Zealand at minimal cost and time in order to get biosecurity clearance at the border. Issued September 2009.
keywords: vehicle.all, used vehicles, car, truck, utility, tires
keywords: vehicle-all, vehicles, machinery, equipment
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