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Port Infrastructure Surcharge

Please be advised that effective as of the 30th October 2017 terminal operator DP World at the Port of Fremantle will be implementing a higher…

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19th Congress of Communist Party China in Beijing

  The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China will be held in Beijing, China, from Oct. 18th to Oct. 25th, 2017. During this period…

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Illegal Logging – Soft Start Ending

It’s been a tumultuous few years for importers into Australia of regulated timber products with the introduction of new requirements introduced by the Department of…

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug 2017-18 Update

Do you receive high risk goods from the United States or Italy during Stink Bug Season? The Department of Agriculture and Water Resouces have released…

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World Maritime Day 2017

World Maritime Day has been celebrated around the world in the last week of September.  2016’s theme was Shipping – Indispensable to the World. 2017’s…

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Indonesia-Australia tariffs tumble

Indonesian tariffs on imported Australian raw sugar are to be slashed while Australia is scrapping import duties on Indonesian herbicides and pesticides. Indonesian and Australia…

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Air Cargo Prohibition

The prohibition on air cargo originating from, or transiting through, Syria, Egypt, Bangladesh, Yemen and Somalia that came into force on the 19th December 2015 still…

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Trade Talks in China

Australia’s Trade Minister Steve Ciobo recently concluded trade talks in China. Steve Ciobo met with the Minister of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China,…

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Pirate Day 2017

Did you know that today, the 19th of September, is International Talk Like a Pirate Day?  Yup, we’re not kidding. Now whilst we’re not going…

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Tight space even tighter

Shipping from China is set to worsen as we inch closer to the nation’s week long holiday for Golden Week. At the moment we are…

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