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Chinese New Year 2016

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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The Packing Declaration

UPDATE – Please note that from the 16 June 2017 this document will no longer be accepted by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources….

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Tianjin Port Explosions

We have reported via our social media today on the two large explosions that have occurred overnight in the industrial area of the Tianjin Port….

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Keep ahead of the rush

The first newsletter from the West Australian Port Operations Taskforce (WAPOTF) regarding Peak Season Planning has been released. The newest edition is a timely one,…

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How is imported food checked?

The Department of Agriculture have released another statement in relation to the national response to recent concerns about the safety of imported foods. This comes…

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UN Location (Port) Codes

If you arrange shipping regularly you would be aware of the codes that are given to every seaport, airport and inland destination around the world….

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DP World Brisbane – Weigh In Motion Fees

As of today, 7th July, DP World will be introducing a Chain of Responsibility fee on all containers moving by road.  The fee will be…

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Beetles Beware

The Department of Agriculture refers to them as exotic pests.  Their Entomologists have confirmed that they are Asian longhorn beetle, the brown mulberry longhorn beetle…

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The Features of a Shipping Container

Have you ever looked at the container in your yard and wonder what it is made from? Today we are giving you the complete run…

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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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