The FCA term can be used for any mode of transport and requires the seller to deliver the goods in the country of origin, cleared for export, at a named place (typically an airport, terminal or other place where the carrier operates). The goods are delivered by the seller to a carrier nominated by the […]
The Ex Works term can be used for any mode of transport and places the maximum obligation on the buyer of the goods to arrange transportation from the named place. Any risks incurred during transit are also the responsibility of the buyer. Once the seller has made the goods available at their premises, their responsibilities […]
For air freight shipments to any airport in New Zealand and consigned to March Logistics, please address the Master Air Waybill (MAWB) as follows: March Logistics (NZ) Ltd PO Box 201074 Auckland Airport Auckland 2150 New Zealand Tel: +64 9 275 5160 If a physical address is required, our details are as follows: March Logistics […]
New Zealand law requires that all sea freight containers imported in to the country (either full or empty) must be taken to an approved transitional facility for inspection. The purpose for this inspection is to prevent the introduction of pests and diseases in to the country. A premise may apply to MPI for approval as […]
As a contracting partner to the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC), New Zealand uses an international standard for wood packaging called ISPM15.