Brown Stink Bug Season 2023-24 Precautions update.

Australia and New Zealand have updated their seasonal measures for goods coming from high-risk countries in the 2023-24 BMSB season by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.

Australia, 2023-24 BMSB Season Precautions update

. The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) confirmed that the 2023-24 BMSB seasonal measures will apply to target goods manufactured and shipped from target risk countries, shipped between 1 September 2023 and 30 April 2024 (inclusive) and target goods shipped between 1 September 2023 and 30 April 2024 inclusive. Ships docking, loading or transshipping in risky countries. The date of shipment to the ship, as stated on the Ocean Bill of Lading, is the date that will be used to determine when the goods are shipped. Target Risky Countries: Please note the comprehensive list available.BMSB targets risky countries.

Developing BMSB risk countries: Countries identified as emerging risk of BMSB may be randomly selected for onshore inspection: United Kingdom and China. More BMSB Regulations: DAFF will continue to review the measures throughout the season and will be able to make the necessary arrangements according to the determination of BMSB during the season. Please note, mandatory offshore treatment Target high risk goods shipped as bulk cargo, open top (including gauge) flat rack, modified FCL containers are also considered bulk cargo and require mandatory offshore treatment. Modified FCL containers, such as those used to house internal power generators, are also considered bulky. Unprocessed bulk cargo and modified FCL containers will be destined for export for offshore processing.

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