From 1 July 2017, all applications and approvals for tariff concessions can be found on the New Zealand Customs Service website.

Amendments and withdrawals are published in the principal edition of the Gazette on Thursdays. These notices can be found under the Tariff Act.

Notice Type
Customs
Notice Title

Tariff Concession Approvals, Withdrawals and Declines Notice (No. 14) 2017

I, Simon van Weeghel, Supervising Customs Officer, Revenue and Assurance, New Zealand Customs Service, acting pursuant to section 8 of the Tariff Act 1988 under delegated authority, hereby:

  1. in accordance with Part II of the Tariff approve in respect of the entry of goods listed in the First Schedule to this notice the rates of duty or exemptions from duty specified in that Schedule with effect from the first day of the month so specified;
  2. withdraw with effect 14 days from the date of this New Zealand Gazette, or otherwise at the date so specified, the approvals granted in respect of the entry of goods listed in the Third Schedule to this notice.


FIRST SCHEDULE

Tariff Concessions Approved

      Rates of Duty     Effective

 

Tariff Item

Tariff Concession

Normal

Pref

Part 2 Ref

Ref No.

From

To

M

Chapter 89

Spare and service parts of the following vessel (regardless of tariff classification), excluding consumable items (e.g., those items which are not permanently fixed to, or which form part of, the vessel).
NB: Where there is any doubt in this regard, confirmation should be sought from Valuation, Origin and Classification section, New Zealand Customs Service, Auckland.
Fast ferry: Albayzin
Fishing vessels: Independent, Aleksey Slobodchikov, Altair II, Amaltal, Atlantis, Amaltal Columbia, Amaltal Endeavour, Amaltal Enterprise, Amaltal Explorer, Amaltal Mariner, Amaltal Voyager, Ameral, Aoraki, Aorere, Aquila, Atria, Avro Chieftan, Awior, Cheung Shing, Chiyo Maru No. 3, Dalmor II, Dorada, Fishing Success (previously known as Alexander Buryachenko), Giljanes, Gudni Olafsson, Irvinga, Ivan Golubets, Janas, Kapitan Rusak, Kiwa, Labrador, Mainstream, Malakov Kurgan, Meridian, MJ Souza, Nova 97, Ocean Ranger, Ocean Reward, Otakou, Pacific Bounty, Pacific Challenger, Pacific Pride, Paerangi, Pakura, Professor Mikhaylo, Aleksandrov, Rehua, Sea Hunter, Sokolinoe, Sonrisa, Taharaki, Taimania, Tasman Viking, Thomas Harrison, Willwatch, Milburn Carrier II, M.V. Westport, Cement King, M.V. Golden Bay, M.T. Kakariki, M.T. Matuku, Ocean Dawn, Spirit of Canterbury, Aotearoa Chief
Offshore support vessels engaged in the servicing of the oil exploration/production industry: Quickcat II
Royal New Zealand Navy vessels: Seaflyte, Spirit of Freedom, Spirit of Competition, Spirit of Progress, Spirit of Vision, Spirit of Resolution, Spirit of Enterprise
Tugs: Godley, Purau, Lyttelton III, Sir Robert, Te Matua, Kaimai, Tai Pari, Tai Timu

Free

Free

99

310685D

11/16

..


THIRD SCHEDULE
Tariff Concession Approvals Withdrawn

      Rates of Duty     Effective

 

Tariff Item

Tariff Concession

Normal

Pref

Part 2 Ref

Ref No.

From

To

M

Chapter 89

Spare…Tai Timu

..

..

..

310642L

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Category of Approval:

A
CE
GT
IM
MS
RUC
S
SMI
SS
M
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General Approval
Capital Equipment
Goods in Transit
Inputs to Manufacturing – Inability to Supply
Manufacturers’ Samples
Revocation of Unused Concession
Shortfall of Other Than Manufacturing Inputs
Shortfall of Manufacturing Inputs
Special Situation
Modification of Existing Concession
Administrative Amendment

 

Any request for a review of a decision must be lodged with the Ministry within one calendar month of the notification of the decision in the Customs Edition of the New Zealand Gazette.

Dated at Auckland this 27th day of April 2017.

SIMON van WEEGHEL, New Zealand Customs Service.