Approved systems for new vehicles, machinery and parts

A list of MPI-approved systems for new vehicles, machinery and parts to help meet biosecurity requirements when importing to New Zealand.  

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Approved systems in Japan

Manufacturers with systems to meet requirements under sections 4.3 and 4.5 of the Import Health Standard (IHS): Vehicles, Machinery and Parts. 

  • AICHI Corporation (mobile elevation platforms)
  • Amada Japan (textile cutting machinery)
  • Caterpillar Japan (construction machinery)
  • Hino Motors
  • Hitachi/KCM Machinery (includes machinery parts)
  • Hokuetsu Industries Co. Ltd
  • Honda Motor Company
  • Iseki Machinery
  • Isuzu Motors Limited
  • Kato Works Co., LTD (machinery and machinery parts)
  • Kobelco Construction Machinery Co, Ltd (machine and machinery parts)
  • Komatsu Limited (machinery and machinery parts)
  • Kubota Machinery
  • Maeda Seisakusho Co. Ltd
  • Mazda Motor Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (Daimler)
  • Mitsubishi Logisnext/Uni Carriers (forklifts)
  • Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
  • Mooroka Co. Ltd (construction machinery)
  • Nissan Motor Corporation
  • Sakai Heavy Industries Ltd (construction and compaction machinery)
  • ShinMaywa Industries Ltd (vehicle parts and attachments)
  • Subaru Motors
  • Sumitomo/Case Construction Machinery Co. Ltd.
  • Sumitomo Heavy Industries Construction Cranes (HSC) (machinery and machinery parts)
  • Sumitomo NACCO Forklifts
  • Suzuki Automobile Company
  • Tadano (cranes and machinery)
  • Takeuchi MFG.Co., Ltd. (machinery)
  • Toyo Machinery and Metal Co. Ltd
  • Toyota Industries Corporation (forklifts and towing tractors)
  • Toyota Motor Corporation
  • UD Trucks
  • Yanmar Construction Equipment Co. Ltd

Approved systems in Europe and the USA

  • Betamotors (new motorcycles) from Italy
  • Penske Man Truck and Bus (Austria, Germany and Poland)
  • Waverunner (Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd) for new jet skis from Georgia, USA

If you operate in more than one area

If a manufacturer has supply chains in Japan, Europe or the USA, a separate approved system is required for each region. 

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