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Timber and timber products

Back in February, we advised of a new requirement that was pending for importers of timber products.  Head to our website to read the full…

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Exporting and FTA’s

Today we’d like to discuss with you exporting and free trade agreements. Australia has a number of free trade agreements currently in place with many…

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The code of the container

With an estimated 25 million shipping containers moving around the world via sea, road and rail at any given time, do you ever wonder how…

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Refund of customs import duty

Today we’re discussing the refund of customs import duty – or duty refunds as they are commonly referred to. Under certain circumstances you might be…

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Aussie Exports and the ChAFTA

We’ve spoken about how the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) has assisted Australian importers with such bonuses as reduced or eliminated duty rates, but how…

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Easter is coming

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR) are commencing their education of Australia’s citizens on what they are allowed to bring or send into…

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Going to the Fair

If you’re an importer looking for new product or an exporter looking for new buyers, the place to be is an international trade fair. Some…

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Wooden Products – things are about to change .. again

It wasn’t that long ago when importers of regulated timber products received a shake up with the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources introducing the…

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Actual, volumetric and chargeable weights

Today we’re discussing air freight and the difference between the actual weight of the cargo versus the volumetric weight, along with chargeable weights. Air freight…

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How to conquer the Canton Fair

The 121st Canton Fair is right around the corner. The Canton Fair (China Import and Export Fair) is one of the largest trade fairs with…

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