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Export certificate applications for more countries will move to the new NEXDOC system from 28 July

The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment is modernising and streamlining its enhanced export traceability system to support overseas market access for exports of agricultural products. NEXDOC provides many benefits and new functionality enabling self-service, including:

  • Lodgement of a request for export (REX)

  • add supporting documentation

  • amend your REX

  • preview certificate prior to printing

  • request replacement certificates

  • print honey certificates on your own printer on plain A4 paper

  • liaise with the department directly through the portal through for questions on that related REX.

Another important change is to the certificate, which will generate a unique QR code as well as the certificate number to improve security.

On Thursday, 28 July 2022, the following countries will be transitioned to NEXDOC:

  • Bahrain

  • China

  • French Polynesia

  • Hong Kong

  • India

  • Kenya

  • Kuwait

  • Libya

  • Macau

  • Mauritius

  • Oman

  • Papua New Guinea

  • Philippines

  • Thailand

  • United Arab Emirates, and

  • Vanuatu

Please be aware that this list is subject to change prior to 28 July 2022. Our NEXDOC webpage will be updated with any alternations.

To support you with the transition, choose the support options below:

  • Attend a virtual drop-in session (see flyer attached), which will address how to register for NEXDOC, lodge a REX and allow you to ask any questions about the system. Visit the NEXDOC website for session details.

  • Download the NEXDOC user guides.

  • View the short videos that steps you through how to use NEXDOC.

  • Read the attached flyer – it contains information about the changes and drop-in sessions. You can also circulate this to your members or add to the information directly into your newsletter.

NEXDOC Honey and Apiculture
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