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Presentation by Ida Viljoen - CITRUS PRE-SEASON MEETING INSPECTION

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									                PPECB
          CITRUS
    PRE-SEASON MEETING
       INSPECTION VALUE
            STREAM
          17 MARCH 2009
PRESENTED BY:
IDA VILJOEN
        PPECB Mission
          statement
To build competitive capacity in our people
  and systems in Industries we serve in
order to instill world-wide confidence
in South African Perishable Products.
CITRUS FRUIT 2008
                                    Total cartons inspected
       Millions
           100

            80

            60
 Cartons                                                                    Eastern Cape
            40                                                              South Africa
 %

            20

                0
                      Total    Oranges    Lemons Soft Citrus Grapefruit
 Eastern Cape 27,230,876 17,465,899 5,921,740 3,444,826 391,322
 South Africa       99,522,385 66,666,330 9,928,612 11,107,589 11,705,082

                      28%        27%        60%       31%        3%
          CITRUS FRUIT
    EASTERN CAPE - INSPECTED
          2003 2004 2005 2006 2007          2008
     30

M    25
I
L    20

L
     15
I
O    10
N
S    5

     0
           18.1   20   18.5   24.1   25.9    27.2
CITRUS FRUIT: SUNDAYS RIVER VALLEY
             2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008

       18
   M
       16
   I
       14
   L
       12
   L
   I   10

   O   8

   N   6
   S   4

       2
       0
             11.2   13.3   12.3   16.1   17.1    18.3

INS POINTS    18    19     19     18     19      20
  CITRUS FRUIT: SUNDAYS RIVER VALLEY – 2008
          TOTAL INSPECTED: 18, 329, 611
SOFT                    GRAPEFRUIT
CITRUS
                        325,823
1,579,165


                      LEMONS
                                     GRAPEFRUIT
                      4,869,874
                                     LEMONS

                                     ORANGES
         ORANGES                     SOFT
                                     CITRUS
         11,554,749
           CITRUS FRUIT: PATENSIE / HANKEY
               2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008

           7


M          6

I          5
L
           4
L
I          3

O          2
N
           1
S
           0
               4.7     5     4.9    5.8    6.9    6.6

    INSP       16      17    21     21     21     22
    POINTS
CITRUS FRUIT: PATENSIE/HANKEY - 2008
      TOTAL INSPECTED: 6, 674, 266
72, 588
GRAPEFRUIT
                       524, 337
  1, 145, 230          LEMONS
 SOFT CITRUS
                                  GRAPEFRUIT
                                  LEMONS
                                  ORANGES
                                  SOFT CITRUS
         4, 932, 111
        ORANGES
         CITRUS FRUIT: FORT BEAUFORT
             2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008

       1.6
 M     1.4
 I
       1.2
 L
 L       1
 I     0.8
 O
       0.6
 N
 S     0.4

       0.2

         0
             1.4    1.5    1.2    1.6    1.5     2
INSP
POINTS        3      4      4      3      3      3
2008 CITRUS FRUIT : FORT BEAUFORT
     TOTAL INSPECTED – 2, 097, 479




              510, 004
   712, 518   LEMONS
    SOFT                      LEMONS
   CITRUS
                              ORANGES

         874, 957             SOFT CITRUS
         ORANGES
          CITRUS FRUIT: OTHER AREAS
    PE, KNYSNA, LANGKLOOF & EAST LONDON
         2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
    0.7
M
I   0.6

L   0.5
L
I   0.4
O
    0.3
N
S   0.2

    0.1

     0
           0.26   0.19   0.7   0.38   0.31   0.13
        PROBLEMS EXPERIENCED (1)
         DURING THE PAST SEASON
1. LATE BOOKINGS
2. INDUSTRIAL CARTON BINS NOT STRONG
   ENOUGH
3. POOR PALLET QUALITY
4. BARK/FUNGUS GROWTH ON WOODEN
   PALLETS AND BINS
5. OVERHANGS OVER LOADING FACILITIES
6. LOADS NOT READY FOR CONTAINERS –
 - LAST MINUTES ADJUSTMENTS OF PALLET
 HEIGHTS
 - PALLET LOCATION
 Problems experienced during the
        previous season
• Changing of pallets after inspection
       PROBLEMS EXPERIENCED (2)

7. CREDIT NOTES – WRONG CLIENT BILLED

8. ADDITIONAL OVERTIME AND KILOMETER RATES WILL
   BE CHARGED FOR CONTAINERS LOADED AFTER
   HOURS, OVER WEEK-ENDS OR ON PUBLIC
   HOLIDAYS - LOADING POINT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
  PAYMENT OF THESE FEES OR IF ARRANGED DIFFERENTLY

9. PROOF OF INSPECTION / CONSIGNMENT
   NOTES
  INTAKE POINTS AT PACKHOUSES NOT FULLY
  REGISTERED TO PALTRACK/FIVE DEGREES - NO SECOND
  CONSIGNMENT NOTES WILL BE SIGNED.
  THE MANUFACTURING, MARKING AND
TREATMENT OF WOOD PACKING MATERIAL
      ISPM 15 – INTERNATIONAL STANDARD FOR PHYTOSANITARY
      MATTERS
 1.   IPPC (INTERNATIONAL PLANT PROTECTION COUNCIL) MARKING ON
      PALLETS
                                        I       P    P     C
 2.   DATE WHEN TREATED
 3.   REGISTRATION CODE:    ZA 000
 4.   TYPE OF TREATMENT: HT (HEAT TREATED)
                           MB (METHYL BROMIDE TREATED)
 5.   DEBARKED WOOD:   DB
 6.   ALL MARKINGS MUST BE PERMANENT.       NO ORANGE OR RED INKS.
 7.   MARKINGS AT LEAST ON 2 SIDES
      IMPLEMENTATION DATE – 01/01/2005
      ENFORCEMENT DATE – 01/03/2005 TO ALL COUNTRIES
      PPECB WILL CHECK AND REPORT NON-CONFORMITIES
Post Harvest Handling of fruit

 • Amount of days
   between harvesting
   and packing
 • Secondary sun-
   burn
 • Cold Chain
   Management
   COLOUR MANAGEMENT
• Throughout the whole Cycle
SECOND INSPECTIONS: CITRUS FRUIT
  NDA MUST BE NOTIFIED OF ALL SECOND INSPECTIONS


  SOFT CITRUS: 21 DAYS


  LEMONS, ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT: 28 DAYS


  SECOND INSPECTED STICKER – 4 SIDES NEXT TO BLUE STICKER


  STAMP WITH NEW INSPECTION DATE


  EXPORTERS/AGENTS MUST REQUEST SECOND INSPECTION ON
  SERVICE REQUEST FORM (F01)
    Critical Points 2009

• ZERO TOLLERANCE
  INCORRECT OR
  INCOMPLETE MARKING
  REQUIREMENTS FOR
SPECIAL MARKETS
        Critical points 2009
• NEW Blackspot
  procedure
           PPECB’S MANDATE
1. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT STANDARDS ACT, 1990. NO 119 OF
   1990
1.1 REGULATIONS REGARDING EXPORT CONTROL.
1.2 STANDARDS AND REQUIREMENTS AS PER PRODUCT.
1.3 MRL-STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE.
1.4 EXPORT CERTIFICATION – STANDARD OPERATING
    PROCURE.

2. PERISHABLE PRODUCTS EXPORT CONTROL ACT 9 OF 1983.
2.1 REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE EXPORT OF
    PERISHABLE PRODUCTS.
2.2 HANDLING PROCEDURES.

3. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT STANDARDS ACT 1990. NO 119 OF
   1990.
3.1 STANDARDS REGARDING FOOD HYGIENE AND SAFETY OF
   REGULATED AGRICULTURAL FOOD PRODUCTS OF PLANT
   ORIGIN INTENDED FOR EXPORT –
    NOTICE 707 OF 13 MAY 2005.
3.2 CHECKLISTS AND COMPLIANCE CRITERIA PER FBO.
   EXPORT CERTIFICATION
ADDENDUMS                                 EXPORT CERTIFICATES
                                                      OFFICER”
                                          “CERTIFYING OFFICER” ONLY INSPECTOR
                                          AUTHORISED IN WRITING TO SIGN OFFICIAL
TO BE FULLY COMPLETED AT LOADING          EXPORT CERTIFICATES.
POINT.
                                          EXPORT CERTIFICATES MAY BE ISSUED UP
INSPECTOR MUST VERIFY AND SIGN            TO 5 WORKING DAYS AFTER THE VESSEL HAS
ADDENDUMS AT LOADING POINT.               SAILED INSPECTOR MUST VERIFY AND SIGN
                                          ADDENDUMS AT LOADING POINT
INFO OF ADDENDUM, CONSIGNMENT NOTES
AND EXPORT CERTIFICATE MUST               CERTIFICATES SHALL BE PREPARED
CORRESPOND                                ELECTRONICALLY BY AN EXPORTER OR HIS
                                          AGENT.
INITIAL DATE OF INSPECTION OR MOST AGED
DATE

IF CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED AT ANOTHER
DESTINATION-
DESTINATION- ENDORSE ADDENDUM


COMMODITY AND VARIETY – FULLY WRITTEN
OUT
     RESULT




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