Early warning issued by New Zealand for Asian Gypsy Moth regulations

Overview

A new set of Asian Gypsy moth (AGM) regulations has been issued by the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), New Zealand (NZ). Members entering or intending to enter NZ waters need to familiarise themselves of these new requirements.  

Members are probably aware of New Zealand's measures for Asian Gypsy moth on vessels for the current 2017 flight season. If not, please see the NZ Shipping Notice 2017 issued by MPI for a quick recap and check what is required to comply with when entering NZ waters.

The MPI has also issued an early warning about new AGM requirements that will come into effect 1 February 2018 based on the new craft risk management standard coming also into effect 1 February 2018. To see these new AGM requirements and also to have a complete overview of AGM regulations in NZ,  please go to our section on " New Zealand Asian Gypsy Moth regulations" for information and guidance.

Ai Cheng Foo-Nielsen
in Copenhagen, DK

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