DEXIA

Exporting Questions

You may or may not need a license to export depending on     

  •     the type of product
  •     the nature of your product
  •     the market to which you will be exporting

Please review our export checklist to see further details on what you need to export a product

This all depends on the nature of your export.  Here's what you may need in order to complete an export clearance

  •     A commercial invoice
  •     A certificate of origin
  •     A Pro Forma invoice
  •     A license
  •     A phytosanitary certificate
  •     An Airway Bill or Bill of Lading
  • An Export Packing List

Please review our export checklist to see further details on what you need to export a product

Packaging requirements for your export good is dependent on the standard requirements in the importing market.  You must therefore find out what those are and adhere to the standards based on that country's laws, values and customs.

A phytosanitary certificate is a document issued by the Ministry of Blue and Green Economy, Agriculture and National Food Security.  They phytosanitary certificate will be issued once your consignment of plant material has been deemed free of harmful pests and/or plant diseases.  These can be purchased for $5 at Quarantine Officers at all ports and are valid from date of issue and up to four (4) days after.  For more information please visit the Division of Agriculture's website.

If after four(4) days the produce has not been shipped you will have to apply for a new certificate. 

There is no requirement to have your products shipped in a container.  You may use local consolidators to facilitate the shipment of your goods.  Contact DEXIA  for a list of consolidators who may be able to assist you.

You may or may not need a license to export depending on     

  •     the type of product
  •     the nature of your product
  •     the market to which you will be exporting

Please review our export checklist to see further details on what you need to export a product

This all depends on the nature of your export.  Here's what you may need in order to complete an export clearance

  •  A commercial invoice
  •  A certificate of origin
  •  A Pro Forma invoice
  •  A license
  •  A phytosanitary certificate
  •  An Airway Bill or Bill of Lading
  • An Export Packing List

Please review our export checklist to see further details on what you need to export a product

Packaging requirements for your export good is dependent on the standard requirements in the importing market.  You must therefore find out what those are and adhere to the standards based on that country's laws, values and customs.

A phytosanitary certificate is a document issued by the Ministry of Blue and Green Economy, Agriculture and National Food Security.  They phytosanitary certificate will be issued once your consignment of plant material has been deemed free of harmful pests and/or plant diseases.  These can be purchased for $5 at Quarantine Officers at all ports and are valid from date of issue and up to four (4) days after.  For more information please visit the Division of Agriculture's website.

If after four(4) days the produce has not been shipped you will have to apply for a new certificate.

There is no requirement to have your products shipped in a container.  You may use local consolidators to facilitate the shipment of your goods.  Contact DEXIA  for a list of consolidators who may be able to assist you.