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Freight Forwarder of the Year 2022

Wow! We are so excited to announce that EES Shipping has been named winner of the Freight Forwarder of the Year category at this years…

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Hekima Day Care and Nursery School 2022 Update

  It’s been a few years since we have shared an update on the Hekima Day Care and Nursery School in Tanzania. Shaun Hack, EES…

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Quickmail

Today we’re talking about eCommerce and streamlining processes. EES are partnering up with Quickmail for all your picking and packing needs.  Take a look below….

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WA Beer & Brewing Conference 2022

Presented by the WA Brewers Association and their trade partners Bintani and Cryer Malt, the WA Beer & Brewing Conference occurred on Friday 10 June…

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FTA Annual Conference 2022

I recently attended the annual FTA (Freight and Trade Alliance) conference this past weekend. Along with catching up with my industry peers, we had the…

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The Weird and Wonderful Items You Didn’t Realise Are Being Regularly Shipped

In recent months, as consumers refreshed tracking numbers for their online shopping purchases and waited for supermarket shelves to restock amid chronic supply chain congestion,…

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IFCBAA National Conference 2022

The IFCBAA (International Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of Australia) National Conference is usually a big feature on the CPD calendar for Forwarders and Brokers…

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How Buying a Beer Can Provide Flood Relief in the Eastern States

What do you get when you cross a freight forwarder, a wholesale distributor and a couple of brewing companies? A new beer and a great…

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Easter Working Arrangements 2022

Easter is once again upon us. The Stevedore Operating Hours can be found below: PatrickTerminal    DP World Flinders – Adelaide  Please note that EES office…

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Why Sorry is a Word Your Clients Need to Hear

When was the last time you as a business acknowledged your client’s frustrations, accepted your shortcomings, and genuinely promised to do better? We did that…

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