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New Export Airfreight Screening Requirements

Piece-level screening for air freight soon will be required for all air freight, and not just US-bound freight. The announcement that the new requirements would…

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Important Notice: Prevent Infestation of BMSB

IMPORTANT NOTICE This notice is in regards to the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) season that is about to commence here in Australia.  The season…

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The End of an Era

Two of the most regular visitors to Fremantle will shortly be phased out in the coming months. The Margaret River Bridge and the Swan River…

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Keep up-to-date with Stink Bugs

The 2018/19 Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Season is the current topic on everyone’s minds. The last season took importers and authorities by surprise, this year…

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Typhoon in Ningbo causing port delays / congestion throughout China

We have been advised by our agents in China that there is currently a typhoon causing havoc in Ningbo and surrounding ports. This storm is…

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Kiwis and Aussies team up to boost biosecurity capability

Australia and New Zealand have announced an agreement to co-operate on technology trials to boost both nations’ biosecurity operations. Deputy Secretary responsible for biosecurity Lyn…

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ReCAAP: Piracy Incident Reported in First Half of 2018

The number of maritime piracy incidents reported to the ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre in the first half of 2018 fell to its lowest number in…

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Airbus’ ‘whale in the sky’ takes maiden flight

There’s still no word on whether pigs can fly — but you aren’t going mad if you spot a whale soaring past your window anytime…

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Seasonal measures (2018/19) for Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB)

We introduce seasonal import measures to manage the risk of Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) during the high risk season. New seasonal measures will apply…

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Australia-EU FTA talks kick off

For a long time, the EU (European Union) was the biggest market with which Australia didn’t have—or wasn’t negotiating—a FTA (free trade agreement). That changed…

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