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WHO - is the AHEA?
The Australian Horticultural Exporters Association is an independent and autonomous association of Australian horticultural exporter organizations which represents the interests of its members to Government and Industry in the pursuit of improving the profitability and sustainability of the fresh horticultural  export industry.

WHY not join the AHEA?
Membership costs only a few dollars a week to be kept informed about market access conditions to major horticultural markets.
If you are an exporter,grower, packer or involved in Australian horticultural exports, then there's plenty of good reasons to join the Peak industry body that represents Australian Horticultural Exporters and keeps them informed. O

MEMBERSHIP and Subscriber inquiries
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Become a member Today! –  It costs only a few dollars a week for Associate Members to join the A.H.E.A.!  New Members welcome!


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NEWS & VIEWS



AUSSIE DOLLAR –  up on China data!

At1100 AEST on Thursday, the AUD was trading at 93.78 US cents, up from 93.38 cents on Wednesday morning which is slightly higher, helped by some Chinese economic growth figures that didn't disappoint the market. Economic data out on Wednesday showed that China's gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 7.4 per cent in the year to March, higher than the market forecast of 7.3 per cent. The Aussie dollar received a lift from slightly better-than-expected Chinese GDP and retail sales figures. Industrial production weakened slightly but the decline was offset by the other releases. Also overnight, US Federal Reserve chair said in a speech in New York that the US job market still needs help and the Fed must remain intent on adjusting its policy to respond to unforeseen challenges. . .. ........... For more information go to News and Views. ........ Last updated 17 April, 2014.



AHEA: opens its new offices in Brisbane
AHEA’s new regional offices are in Brisbane markets, Southgate, Contact: Michelle Christoe Executive Director Mob: 0413200404 email: michellec@ahea.com.au . Postal address is Brisbane Market LPO, PO Box 346, Brisbane market, QLD. 4106. While its National Offices  are at 621 Burwood highway Knoxfield Victoria Contact: Maxwell Summers Chief Executive Officer, Telephone: 03 92109380 and fax: 03 92109381 and Email: ahea@ahea.com.au  April 2014

Quarantine: DAFF announces establishment of National Documentation Hub!
DAFF announces that the Plant Exports National Documentation Hub (NDH) will be implemented in the South East Region on 17 February 2014.  The NDH aims to deliver consistent plant export certification cross Australia.  The NDH will provide a central point for receiving and processing the majority of plant export documentation. It will also provide a central point of contact for all enquiries relating to plant export requirements and export certification. DAFF Feb 2014


Shipping: Another major carrier to quit Australia.
It has been reported that ZIM and affiliate Gold Star Line will leave Australia next month after terminating a slot swap agreement with Singapore's PIL within the SAS group. In a notice to customers ZIM advised that it had terminated a slot agreement with ACX service and had decided on a withdrawal from servicing Australia. Lloyd's List Jan 2014


South Korea: FTA finalised great news for exporters!
The Federal Government no Thursday 5 Dec 2013 announced the conclusion of the long awaited FTA with South Korea - anticipated to increase Australian exports to Korea by 73 per cent over the coming 15 years.  Tariffs will be eliminated on Australian agricultural exports to Korea such as wheat, sugar, dairy, wine, horticulture and seafood, as well as resources, energy and manufactured goods. For fresh fruit & vegs there are some positive outcomes, including , immediate elimination of tariffs on cherries and potatoes, elimination over 5 years for table grapes and carrots, elimination over 7 years for oranges and apricots and 10 years for mangoes, plums and peaches. For some products, the tariff elimination is on a seasonal basis, reverting to a higher tariff during our off season.....More comment News & Views  AHEA 6 Dec 2013

AHEA - highlighting importance of agricultural policy promises
The Australian Horticultural Exporters Association (AHEA) congratulates the new Coalition government on their election win – highlighting the importance of the horticulture industry to rural and regional Australia and needs to remain a priority as part of the national agenda. “It is critical for the future growth of agriculture in this country that the agriculture sector and exports remain profitable and competitive.  While grains and livestock are our biggest exports, the greatest untapped potential in agriculture is horticulture.   Horticulture provides 15% of the employment in regional Australia.  It is critical for the horticulture sector that there is continued investment in innovation, supply chain management and market access initiatives to ensure we remain globally competitive,“ AHEA Chair, David Minnis said. AHEA media Release 11 Sept 2013

AHEA - getting a market or trade issue considered is simple.
1. Logon to the Members webpages ( Market Access). If you are not currently an AHEA Member, fill out an AHEA member application form and submit.
2. Download the AHEA Market Access and Trade - Issues Submission Form.
3. Complete the Form and email to AHEA.’
This doesn’t promise that we can resolve the issue....
AHEA: Michelle Christoe Executive Director August 2013



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AHEA Export Publication


"Export - Before you start."
A publication written in conjunction with DPIVic and the AHEA. Offers essential basic information on starting out to export fresh fruit and vegetables from Australia.

Handbook    $33.00
Postage         $7.00
Total              $40.00
Available from AHEA National Office
Call      03 9210 9380
or email:  ahea@ahea.com.au


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