Consultation paper

The Australian Government is committed to developing a future trade system that will make it easier for Australian businesses to import and export goods.

To support this, the Simplified Trade System (STS) Implementation Taskforce (Taskforce) released a public consultation paper seeking input from business and industry on what is working well and what can be improved in the current cross-border trade system.

The consultation process opened on 25 November 2021 and closed on 28 January 2022.

Published responses

View submitted responses where consent has been given to publish the response.

Why your views matter

Your feedback will help us:

  • Understand current issues with the cross-border trade system
  • Identify opportunities for improvement
  • Inform development of a ‘tell us once’ digital service for import and export interactions

What happens next

There will be further opportunities for businesses to provide input through public events, co-design and user research sessions.

For further information on the Simplified Trade System or to get involved please contact info@simplifiedtrade.gov.au

Consultation paper

Simplified Trade System Stakeholder Consultation Paper

The following written submissions were made click to download

No.

Name / Organisation

1

Accord Australasia Limited

2

ANZ

3

Australia Post

4

Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

5

Australian Dairy Products Federation

6

BizCubed

7

Business Council of Australia

8

Conference of Asia Pacific Express Carriers

9

Export Council of Australia

10

Freight Trade Alliance and APSA

11

GS1 Australia

12

International Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of Australia Ltd.

13

Judy Steele

14

KPMG

15

Leidos Australia

16

Ports Australia

17

(Confidential)

18

(Confidential)

19

Shipping Australia Ltd.

20

Sydney Fish Market Pty Ltd.

21

Sydney Markets Limited

22

(Confidential)

23

Tquila ANZ

24

(Confidential)