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Why Falling Freight Rates Won’t Mean Cheaper Goods This Christmas

Despite the shipping freight rates continuing to plummet around the world, at the risk of being the Christmas Grinch, businesses and consumers shouldn’t yet be…

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Trade Deals with India and the United Kingdom

We have been notified by the Minister for Trade and Tourism Senator, the Hon Don Farrell, that the passage of legislation through the Parliament enabling free trade agreements…

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Flooding and Derailment Causing Headaches for Rail-Freight Network

  EES Shipping is committed to keeping clients up to date with latest events across the supply chain – and with peak season upon us,…

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Why it’s Time to Stop Ignoring Australia’s Supply Chain Workers

As skills shortages continue to dominate most, if not all sectors of the Australian economy, it’s more important than ever to ensure our supply chain…

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The Hidden Cost of Automation to Businesses

September 13, 2022 0 Comments

As a small-business, we are well aware of the various costs required to operate, however an area which is starting to have an increased impact…

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Why the Cost of Shipping is Continuing to Rise – and What You Can do About it.

If you’ve been involved in importing any item in recent months, it’ll come as no surprise to you hear that the cost of shipping is…

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Why it’s Important to Know Exactly What’s Happening Within the Shipping Industry

We’re a third of the way through the year, and it’s fair to say there’s still a lot going on within the shipping industry in…

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How a Lack of Workers is Impacting the Supply-Chain’s Final Mile

February 22, 2022 , 0 Comments

I think we’re all acutely aware of the ongoing delays and congestion within the shipping industry, however a fresh problem is now upon us as…

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Why Industry Needs to Get Involved in the Productivity Commission’s Supply-Chain Inquiry.

Amid the festivity of December, and the continuing chaos within the supply-chain, you may have missed that the Productivity Commission announced an inquiry into Australia’s…

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We’re Saying Goodbye to 2021, But is it Goodbye to Shipping Delays?

With 2022 now just days away, it’s wishful thinking to expect the delays and congestion impacting the product supply chain will simply disappear once the…

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