Export Documentation Certification

If you are exporting or taking high value goods overseas, we can help you with trade documentation.



An ATA Carnet is a Customs document that facilitates the temporary export of goods overseas, and is valid for up to one year.

Carnets are issued and guaranteed by national organisations around the world. The terms and conditions of the ATA Carnet System are enforced through written agreements between guaranteeing associations of the ATA Carnet chain and the World Chambers Federation in Paris.

Carnets cover a wide range of goods including commercial samples, professional equipment, scientific equipment, goods for display at exhibitions and fairs and goods for sporting events. In New Zealand, the Wellington Chamber of Commerce is the sole guaranteeing and issuing association.  

View the NZCII Certificate of Origins Guide Notes here.


Certificates of Origin

If you are exporting overseas, especially to Asia or the Middle east then you may need a Certificate of Origin or Chamber certified documents for your goods.

Certificates of origin are issued to exporters to certify the country of origin of specified goods.

The Chamber is able to certify export documentation including commercial invoices, bills of ladings, and MPI certificates by a manual (wet stamp) or electronic process.


Please register for eCert here.

Registered users, please login here.

Please view the video below to find out how to register for Electronic Certificates of Origin.



Free Trade Agreements

The New Zealand Chambers of Commerce Inc has been approved as a certified body able to issue certificates for your shipments under two Free Trade Agreements.  If you wish to take advantage of the benefits provided by the AANZFTA and NZ CHINA FTA agreements, please visit: www.chamberdocs.co.nz  

New Zealand-Korea Free Trade Agreement - Guidance For Exporters

The New Zealand-Korea Free Trade Agreement (FTA) was signed in Seoul on 23 March 2015 by the New Zealand and Korean Trade Ministers, in the presence of the New Zealand Prime Minister and Korean President. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) is keen to help New Zealand exporters take full advantage of this Free Trade Agreement.

Further information is available here


Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)

View more information about the New Zealander exporter origin and FAQs here.


Incoterms® 2020

On 1 January 2020 Incoterms ®2020 superseded Incoterms ® 2010.

For more information about Incoterms ®2020 is available on the New Zealand Chambers of Commerce