Improved eNVD access for transporters

Improved eNVD access for transporters

05 March 2024
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Livestock transporters play a key role in Australia’s integrity system and with the new features in the electronic National Vendor Declaration (eNVD) app and web-based system they’ll find using digital consignments easier, more accessible and convenient.

The new features mean transporters or transport companies can now access the eNVD web-based system, add or remove drivers from consignments, add and view comments on consignments and easily share consignments.

eNVD webinar for transporters

This webinar provides a step-by-step live demonstration of how transporters can use the eNVD system. Have your questions answered and learn more about the new functionality. A recording of the session will be sent to all registrants. More information.

Date: Monday 25 March

Time: 12-1pm AEDT (11am Qld | 9am WA | 11:30am SA | 10:30am NT)


Video guides to help transporters use the new features

In this series of videos, Wade Lewis, an experienced livestock transporter and eNVD champion, explains the new features and why they will be useful for transporters. The videos provide a step-by-step guide to using the web-based system and setting up a myMLA account.

1. Adding a transporter to the consignment

Until now, only the producer could add a transporter to a consignment, but this new feature allows transporters to add additional transporters to the process.

2. Sharing a PDF by text or email

When connected to the internet, transporters can now share a PDF of the consignment by text or email. This is especially useful for producers and transporters during standard “from A to B” movements as no eNVD login is required to receive a consignment via email or text.

3. Adding comments to a consignment

Using the eNVD web-based system or mobile app, transporters can add comments which anyone with access to that consignment will be able to read. This improves communication across the chain by enabling transporters to report details such as where livestock were left at a saleyard or abattoir, or if there are discrepancies in livestock headcount between loading and unloading. This information can be left in the comments section without triggering a notification to users.

4. Using the eNVD web-based system

eNVDs can be created without mobile reception or a wi-fi connection, and the aligned app and web-based systems now mean that all data will automatically sync across both platforms once connected to the internet.

5. Registering for a myMLA account

To complete your eNVD user profile you must first create a myMLA account.

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How to create and link your myMLA accounts

Before you do anything, sign-up for a myMLA account. When a myMLA registered email is used, consignments will appear in your eNVD account on either the web or the app. This streamlines the handover process and ensures you can pick up the livestock without needing to meet the producer at the yards.

Visit the ISC website to view more resources to help you use the eNVD system.

Download the app

Download the latest version of the eNVD Livestock Consignments app today. It is available for free through the App Store and the Google Play Store.

‘eNVD ready’ transporter checklist

Are you new to digital consignments? Check out this guide to help you get started.

The eNVD app how-to guide for livestock transporters

This transporter’s guide to the eNVD Livestock Consignments app has everything you need to know.

Need help integrating eNVD?

The ISC Adoption team are ready to help if you need support integrating eNVDs into your business. Please email for more information.

Need help?

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Call ISC Customer Service on 1800 683 111 Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm (AEDT)