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How 2020 Has Affected the Shipping Industry

Barely anyone got through the year of upheaval that was 2020 unscathed, and the shipping and freight industry is no different. The impact of the…

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Chinese New Year 2021

Chinese New Year is a fantastic time of the year. It’s full of colour, excitement and tradition. It is the time to eat, celebrate, cleanse…

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Festive Operating Hours 2020

December 15, 2020 0 Comments

Please note our office hours for the festive season: Friday 25/12 and Monday 28/12:  CLOSED Tues 29/12, Wed 30/12 & Thurs 31/12: OPEN Friday 01/01/2021:…

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Christmas and NYE Working Arrangements 2020

December 13, 2020 0 Comments

The hard-working crew at the Western Australia Port Operations Task Force (WAPOTF) have issued this years 2020 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR WORKING ARRANGEMENTS. This shows…

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OPINION – The Current State of Global Shipping Affairs

If you have been importing into Australia in the last six months you would have been witnessing a disturbing trend. Sky high freight rates that…

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Containers and Wine

We love looking at all the different uses for shipping containers. Today we are sharing this spectacular modification from Port Shipping Containers. This 40ft Container…

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Despite peace talks at Port Botany, container congestion remains critical

Box congestion at Sydney’s port Botany remains “critical”, with the continuing surplus of empty containers costing transport operators millions in extra logistics. While industrial action…

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Queen’s Birthday Closure

We wish to advise that our office will be closed on Monday the 28th September in order to honour the Queen’s Birthday. We will re-open…

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Cathay Pacific August Stats

Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon carried a total of 102,122 tonnes of cargo and mail in August, a decrease of 36.7 per cent…

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Recent Khapra beetle interceptions in imported goods

The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment is currently managing and investigating several Khapra beetle interceptions in recently imported cargo and containers. Australia maintains…

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