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Export Certification for Honey products to Malaysia

Export Certificate applications will move to the new NEXDOC system from 28th MARCH 2022.


We are very excited to announce changes to the honey industry!


The Department for Agriculture, Water and Environment is designing a modern and streamlined enhanced exports traceability system to support overseas market access for exports of agricultural products.


The NEXDOC system provides yourselves with many benefits and new functionality particularly in 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 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.


We will be transitioning honey and apiculture products (please note this does not include live bees) to NEXDOC in phases. The first to progress will be the export certification for Malaysia on Monday 28 March.


To support exporters with this transition we have:

  • Arranged weekly virtual drop-in sessions which will be advertised on our NEXDOC website with a link to join.

    • The session will address how to register for NEXDOC, how to lodge a REX and ask any questions about the system.

  • created short videos which will be available on our external website leading up to the launch with information about the system and how to use it.

  • published NEXDOC user guides on the external website.

See the attached flyer with all details.


NEXDOC Honey and Apiculture to Malaysia
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