Brown marmorated stink bugs: requirements for exporters

Brown marmorated stink bugs (BMSB) are a serious pest for agriculture and manufactured goods and a economical nuisance.they are not allowed to enter in Australia and New Zealand.

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The BMSB management 2023-2024 season

The BMSB management measures apply to:

  • new and used target vehicles, machinery, and parts exported from BMSB-risk countries during the BMSB-risk season
  • sea containers exported from turkey during the BMSB-risk season.

Details of requirements

Refer to the relevant web page for details of the measures. This includes the risk countries, when the measures apply, and the types of cargo affected.

Vehicle, machinery, and parts

Alignment of BMSB management between New Zealand and Australia

MPI (the Ministry for Primary Industries) in New Zealand and DAWE (the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment) in Australia have aligned the measures for BMSB management as much as possible. The main areas of alignment are risk countries, treatments, and the approved treatment providers who can carry out BMSB treatment before targeted goods arrive in New Zealand or Australia.

Importers, exporters, and agents involved with importing goods into New Zealand and Australia must understand the requirements for each country to ensure compliance. There are some differences you should be aware of, especially around the targeting of commodity types.

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