As an additional service to the U.S. dairy exporting community, Chile is now part of the Dairy Program’s Electronic Document Creation System (eDOCs), enabling trade to be more efficient between the two countries. During 2015, dairy products valued at more than $68 million were exported from the U.S. to Chile. The eDOCs system allows exporters to establish accounts and submit export certificate requests electronically. AMS processes the requests and issues electronic certificate that can be accessed by receiving country port inspection officials.
- Electronic Trade Document Exchange (eTDE) System Information
- Chile- Overview of USDA Online Procedures (pdf)
Chile Dairy Plant Lists
Only firms listed on these plant lists are eligible to receive the USDA Chile Dairy Export Certificate via eDocs.
Notice to Industry – August 5, 2016 – Exporters Must Register and Participate in Web Based Training to Utilize USDA’s Electronic Trade Document Exchange System (eTDE) for Chile Sanitary Export Certificate (pdf)