|CBAFF Member Communication 6 October 2020 Hi Paul|
Please see below the latest member updates and notifications received by CBAFF.
CBAFF Administration Team
IN THIS EMAIL > LPC: New Container Charges from January 2021 > MPI: Review of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 > Planned TSW Outage: Saturday 24 October 1700h to Sunday 25 October 0600h > Useful Links CBAFF Updates LPC: New Container Charges from January 2021 Received 5 October, 4.30pm
Click here for NEW CONTAINER CHARGES FROM JANUARY 1, 2021 MPI: Review of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 Received 6 October, 10.00am
A comprehensive review has begun of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991.
As part of the review, a scoping paper has been released for public comment across New Zealand and Australia. The paper seeks views on the observed issues and tensions within the food regulation system and some possible ideas for reform.
Review of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991
Planned TSW Outage: Saturday 24 October 1700h to Sunday 25 October 0600h Received 6 October, 1.12pm
What is happening? Preparation for Customs new finance system ‘Ahumoni’ go live on Tuesday 27 October When is this happening? Saturday 24 October 1700h to Sunday 25 October 0600h What outages will occur?
All TSW services will be unavailable for the duration of the outage, this includes: TSW Online for trader registration and lodgement submissions. TSW Gateway for B2B lodgement submissions, amendments, cancellations and responses. What do you need to do? Please ensure you are logged out of TSW by 1700h on Saturday 25 October. In the event the outage needs to be extended to perform service restoration activities, or any changes are made, these will be advised on the TSW Current Status page of the Customs website. What you will notice afterwards? Normal TSW services will resume after 0600h on Sunday 25 October Useful Links Please review the links below:
Air freight options:
Unite against COVID-19:
NZ COVID Tracer App:
MPI email address and website for Covid-related trade issues:
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