New Zealand China Free Trade Agreement NZCFTA
NZ Customs Fact Sheets:
Go to ‘Chapter 4’ for the “Rules of Origin and Operational Procedures”. This section explains how goods qualify as being of New Zealand Origin.
'Annex 5 Product Specific Rules of Origin' Schedule of Product Specific Rules applicable for exports to China to qualify for preference under the New Zealand China Free Trade Agreement
Decree of the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China No.175:
Full text of Decree 175 : This document sets out the administrative procedures in China for goods imported from New Zealand under NZCFTA. Detail is provided regarding the supporting documents required by China Customs at the time of import.
CERTIFICATES OF NON-MANIPULATION (CNM) REQUIREMENT:
Under Article 25 of the NZCFTA and Article 14 of Decree 175 goods are required to be on a ‘direct consignment’ between the parties. China Customs have required Certificates of Non-Manipulation for consignments trans-shipped via intermediary countries.
Goods consigned on a ‘through’ Bill of Lading (stating both original port of loading in New Zealand and the final destination in the People's Republic of China) should not require a CNM. However, CNM are not issued retrospectively. Seek advice from your freight forwarder prior to goods leaving New Zealand and if necessary ‘book’ an inspection at the interim port in advance of the goods arrival.
Hong Kong: Contact Hong Kong Customs
Singapore: Contact Singapore Customs
Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that Certificates of Non-manipulation will be accepted by China Customs under NZCFTA. The importer will need to make enquires at their local China Customs office.
JEVS DATA EXCHANGE
Since December 2016 the data of each NZCFTA Certificate of Origin transmits automatically via New Zealand Customs to China Customs as it is certified and is auto-matched to the data in the importer's Import Declaration. The data in an Import Declaration is required to correspond exactly to the data on the nominated NZCFTA Certificate of Origin to enable successful completion of an Import Declaration.
NEW ZEALAND EXPORT ENTRY
Since 1 October 2016 the NZCFTA Certificate of Origin number has been required to be recorded on the corresponding NZ Customs Export Entry. When a certificate is replaced, the Export Entry is required to be amended to record the active NZCFTA Certificate of Origin number. NZ Customs Announcement
BONDED STORAGE IN CHINA
Available six ports: Guangzhou, Nanjing, Qingdao, Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Tianjin.
The General Administration of China Customs (China Customs) and the New Zealand Customs Service established procedures in July 2013 to allow for the clearance of New Zealand goods held in Special Customs Controlled Areas and Bonded Warehouses in China and declared for part release into the domestic market. Information on accessing Bonded Storage Facilities under NZCFTA
CHINA'S 24 HOUR ADVANCE MANIFEST UPDATE - GACC ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 56 
Since 1 June 2018 new manifest rules for imports and exports apply. Note that this also applies to goods being transhipped at ports in China.
Enterprise codes are required for both the consignee and consignor. This may be the Tax/GST/VAT, Company Registration and/or Chamber of Commerce number. Text of GACC Announcement No 56 2017
REQUIREMENT FOR GROSS WEIGHT AND QUANTITY REQUIREMENT FOR NET WEIGHT
From 1 April 2017 both Gross Weight and Quantity (with their respective units) have been required in Box 12 on the NZ China FTA Certificate of Origin (NZCFTA COO). This is commonly required for packaged goods.
Net Weight in Box 9: China Customs have also confirmed that they are seeking Net Weight on the NZCFTA COO for many goods. If your importer has requested that you provide the Net Weight, this is to be added to the Goods Description in Box 9. The Gross Weight is to be given in Box 12.
Please note that these requirements differ from the instructions on the NZCFTA COO Box names and Overleaf Instructions.