The Criteria and procedure for the inspection and issuance of phytosanitary certificates for export

  1. Anyone seeking a phytosanitary certificate for export must comply with the Agriculture Department’s proclamation regarding the standards, methods, and conditions for the application and issuance of phytosanitary certificates, as per the law from 2008. 
  2. The applicant must submit a request, along with the necessary documents, to the officials at the plant inspection checkpoint at Suvarnabhumi International Airport. 
  3. The applicant for a phytosanitary certificate for export must prepare the plants to be exported for inspection as follows:
    • Prepare the plants for export in accordance with phytosanitary standards (such as cleaning, pest control, etc.) as required by the importing country.
    • Show a list of plants in each container, which should match the types and quantities stated in the application and the plant list attached to the application.
    • Pack the plants in robust and appropriate containers.
    • Do not pack anything other than the plants specified in the application and the plant list attached to the application.
  4. In case the officials have any doubt about the submitted evidence, they can ask the applicant to provide further clarification.
  5. The process, as per this manual, will begin once the officials have verified that the documentation is complete and correct, as specified in the public manual.

     The procedure is as follows:

  1. Verification of Document Completeness:
    • The applicant for the phytosanitary certificate for export must submit the application (Form Por Kor 8) along with the necessary documents, ensuring that they are complete and correct.
    • The officials will verify the correctness and completeness of the documents according to Item 1.
  2. Product/Other Standards Inspection:
    • The officials will inspect the quantity of goods and take plant samples randomly to check for pests according to the requirements of the importing country.
    • The officials will inspect for plant pests and record the results of the pest inspection.
    • The officials will then issue the phytosanitary certificate.
  3. Signing/Committee Resolution:
    • The authorized person will sign the phytosanitary certificate for export.
    • The officials will notify the applicant to pay the fee for the phytosanitary certificate for export.

 

Data updated on May 17, 2023.
Source: The Digital Government Development Agency
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