Annual goods survey 2015

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New Zealand Customs Service is launching its annual goods client survey. This helps us to continually improve our service delivery at the border and our customers’ experience.

People who have had goods cross the border within the last 12 months, have been randomly selected to answer some questions on their experience of the service provided by Customs. This may have included having internet purchases delivered from overseas, paying GST and/or duty on imported goods, moving personal effects in or out of the country, importing or exporting goods, or acting in a customs broker role.

Participants are contacted by email only using the email address associated with their client code.

Issue: 
10 July 2015

Regulars

The Customs rates of exchange for entries lodged on 22/05/2017 to 04/06/2017 (inclusive) to 05/06/2017 to 18/06/2017 (inclusive) are now available here.

The Customs controlled areas are available on the New Zealand Customs Service website.

For information and related forms and documents click here.

For the latest Customs vacancies please visit https://careers.customs.govt.nz

You may find the following links useful:

www.CBAFF.org.nz The Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Federation provides industry sector training, including courses offered through an arrangement with an accredited IATA training provider.

International Transchem Management (ITM), an IATA accredited training provider, also provides dangerous goods training to the freight forwarding industry. Email enrol@itmtraining.co.nz or call 09 489 5275 for further information on the courses on offer.

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