2015-05 - Plant Exports – Phytosanitary certification for Citrus fruits to Malaysia

15 January 2015

Purpose

To advise industry of the product coding required for submitting Requests for Permits for citrus fruits to Malaysia.

Background

As of 1 January 2015, Malaysian Department of Agriculture requires a phytosanitary certificate to accompany consignment of citrus fruits exported from Australia, refer Industry Advice Notice 2014/44.

Plant Export systems were updated to reflect this change on 2 January 2015.

Key Points ​

  • It has come to the attention of Plant Exports that phytosanitary certification is unable to be issued for the citrus fruits using the current EXDOC codes.
  • Plant Exports is working with the IT section to address this issue and resolve as soon as possible.
  • In the interim, Plant Exports has developed new EXDOC codes for citrus fruits for exports to Malaysia, being:

Code

Description

OZZ

ORANGES

OZY

LIMES

OZX

LEMONS

OZW

MANDARINS

OZV

GRAPEFRUIT

  • These codes are effective immediately.
  • If any additional codes are required for citrus fruits to Malaysia please email Exdoc Plant Programs
  • Plant Exports will provide further updates as it becomes available.

If you have any further enquiries, please contact Exdoc Plant Programs.

 

Andre Mayne
a/g Assistant Secretary
Plant Export Operations​​

Last reviewed: 4 November 2019
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