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Australia-Japan Free Trade Agreement

History has been made yesterday when a free trade agreement with Japan was agreed to. Following seven years of negotiations between our two countries the…

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Container doors explained

The spot light has been on container weights with the chain of responsibility / container weight declarations being introduced. We also have reported on mis-declaration…

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Imported food must comply

All food importers have been put on notice by the Australian Government (Department of Agriculture) to comply with Australian Importing requirements. This comes as a…

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Canton Fair 2014

  Are you an importer looking for new products? The Canton Fair is the place to be for sourcing any type of new item.  The…

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Free Trade Talks with China, Japan and South Korea gain momentum

Please note that this article has been taken directly from The Australian. CHINESE Premier Li Keqiang has vowed to accelerate a free-trade deal with Australia,…

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Pallets at the ready

EES have just recently moved into our brand new premises in Cockburn Central.  Along with our new offices, we also have a huge amount of…

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Singapore Reinforcing Safety of Navigation

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) are currently conducting investigations to determine the cause of three collisions in Singapore waters recently. Whilst the…

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Japan Advanced Filing Rules

The new Japan Advanced Filing Rules are being implemented in March 2014. These new rules requires shipping lines and freight forwarders to report all cargo…

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Disaster strikes with overweight containers

Every container thats weight is not declared properly can have catastrophic results.  Below is just a small list of incidents that have occurred due to…

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Chain of Responsibility / Container weight declarations

The Chain of Responsibility legislation was passed by Western Australian Government in May 2012. With the legislation is due to take effect from March 2014…

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