Customs fast tracking trade and PPE goods

Brent Melville
Thu, 02 Apr 2020

The New Zealand Customs Service said it is working to allow the free flow of essential goods into New  Zealand and is "fast tracking" personal protective equipment into the health system. Comptroller Christine Stevenson told Parliament's special epidemic response committee today that, with border arrivals at their current low levels, officials were focused on ensuring smooth movement of essential import and export freight. In response to a question from ACT Party leader David Seymour, she said Customs was working closely with freight comp...

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