Government launches new ‘Export Service’

DAFF has opened the ‘Agriculture Export Service’ in beta testing mode. The new online platform allows agricultural export businesses to manage their information and interactions with DAFF in one place.


In the future, all agricultural exporting interactions will be managed through the Service. Try the new portal here.


This initiative is separate from the government’s ‘Export Supply Chain Service’ (ESCS), which was launched earlier this month.


ESCS coordinates insights to help stakeholders navigate supply chain issues while connectivity to international markets remains volatile and capacity diminished and expensive.


ESCS has three main functions:


  1. Shares insights with agribusiness, food and beverage exporters who may lack the resources to navigate complex international supply chain and logistics issues.
  2. Access to Austrade’s Global Engagement Managers and the Tradestart network. Austrade and Tradestart advisers provide one-on-one expertise to exporters and can help coordinate insights and understanding of pressures clients are experiencing. This will help companies adjust their strategic plans and manage export supply chains.
  3. Coordinate and advocate for exporters on supply chain issues within Federal Government agencies, and state and territory governments.

Find more here.

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