Australia publishes a new guideline and FAQ on exportation of therapeutic goods

Australia TGA has published information and a new FAQ on exporting therapeutic goods from Australia.

In order to export therapeutic goods from Australia for commercial purposes, certain regulatory requirements set out by Australian therapeutic goods legislation must be met.

Before you can legally export them, all goods must be entered in the Australian Registry of Therapeutic Products (ARTG), unless they are excluded from being in the ARTG.

Each ARTG entry is being managed by a ‘sponsor’ who is responsible for requesting and maintaining every ARTG entry.
If you are planning to export a therapeutic good for commercial supply overseas, you must be the sponsor named in the ARTG entry for that good, or an authorized agent acting on behalf of the sponsor.

For more details, please refer to TGA’s website: https://www.tga.gov.au/exporting-therapeutic-goods-0