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Timber and timber products Alerts

Effective 31 July 2020 to present

This case covers timber products both manufactured and unfinished. Individual pieces of timber must have at least one dimension less than or equal to 200mm. Examples include sawn timber logs less than 200mm in diameter, flooring and wooden beams, furniture, household items, stationery, musical instruments and sporting equipment. If all dimensions (height, width and length) of individual pieces of timber are over 200mm, please see the Logs, log cabins and oversize timber BICON case.

Matched Term: Timber, Mouldings

BPL affected timber from New Zealand Alerts

Effective 31 July 2020 to present

This case covers timber and timber product affected by Burnt Pine Longicorn season from New Zealand imported as sea cargo. For timber and timber products imported as air freight, mail or passenger baggage please see the Timber and timber products BICON case. This case includes sawn timber, unfinished timber, round wood, logs, oversized timber, plywood, laminated veneer lumber (LVL) and veneer sheets.

Matched Term: timber

Logs, log cabins and oversize timber Alerts

Effective 18 June 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for all timber and timber products over 200mm in all dimensions. It includes commercial and personal items. Example items include: logs, log cabins, religious statues, wooden beams and large furniture where solid timber parts are larger than 200mm in all dimensions.

Matched Term: timber

Timber and Bamboo packaging

Effective 18 July 2020 to present

This case describes the import conditions for timber and bamboo packaging material that is imported as a commodity (is not being used to support goods in international trade). For timber or bamboo packaging which is supporting goods in international trade, please refer to the Non-Commodity Cargo Clearance BICON case.

Matched Term: Timber

Imported sea-going vessels

Effective 25 April 2020 to present

This case describes the import requirements for sea-going vessels (including those constructed with timber components e.g. beams, bearers, hull, decking, railings, cabins and/or masts). This case applies to all sea-going vessels, including returned Australian vessels and those which are considered to be temporary imports.

Matched Term: timber

Plant material embedded in a solid medium

Effective 22 June 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of plant products that are embedded in a solid medium. Plant material embedded in plastic includes plant materials, wood or bamboo that have been fully embedded (that is, not capable of free movement) in a solid medium that is impervious to air and liquid. Plant or plant parts with soil attached are permitted, providing the soil is fully embedded. Acceptable embedding media include catalysed hard plastics and hard silicones, fibreglass, resin, or similar compounds which have been fully sealed around the plant material using heat, moulding or chemical processes. Plant material embedded in plastic does not include plant materials, timber or bamboo that have been surface coated with a laminate, lacquer, paint, stain or items that have been wrapped in other materials. It further does not include engineered or impregnated wood or plant products such as plywood, veneer, compressed agricultural waste/wood products and reconstituted wood or wood plastics.

Matched Term: timber

Packing materials and packaging of plants

Effective 25 April 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of packing materials and packaging of plants.

Matched Term: Timber

Pacific Islands handicrafts

Effective 25 April 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of handicrafts made in the Pacific Islands containing dried leaves.

Matched Term: Timber

Oak barrels and chestnut bark hoops

Effective 29 May 2020 to present

This case describes the importation requirements for barrels, staves, tanks, vats and headboards made from oak (Quercus spp.) and chestnut bark hoops. Chestnut bark hoops are made from chestnut wood (Castanea spp.) with bark adhering to the wood and are used in the wine industry as a decorative feature on wine barrels.

Matched Term: Timber

Wisteria articles

Effective 29 May 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of Wisteria articles that are wholly or partly made of Wisteria, including baskets that are covered by Wisteria binding and bundles of prepared Wisteria.

Matched Term: Timber


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