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Tanjung Pelepas port intends to raise capacity to 30 million TEU by 2030

Malaysia’s Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) aims to expand its annual container handling capacity in phases to be able to handle 30 million TEU by…

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Space begins to tighten

Space from China is beginning to tighten after the nations week-long national holiday.  Please also note that we are seeing a continued trend of space…

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Release of the Biosecurity Levy report

Last month it was announced that the 1st September 2019 implementation date for the Biosecurity Levy was now considered unachievable. There was also deep concerns…

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Mandatory import permits for cut flowers from 1 September

Who does this notice affect? Importers, approved arrangements, freight forwarders and brokers that deal with imported cut flowers and foliage. What has changed? From 1…

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Commencement of the 2019-2020 BMSB Risk Season – 1 Sept 2019

In response to the rapid expansion of BMSB throughout Europe and North America, the Department of Agriculture (the department), has implement heightened seasonal measures to…

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BMSB Season 2019/2020

There’s been much discussion and changes surrounding this year’s measures on keeping the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug from entering our country. Head here to see…

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Biosecurity Import Levy – deferred implementation

We have received confirmation via Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA)  that the 1 September 2019 implementation for the Biosecurity Import Levy is unachievable –  of…

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Industrial action lifted at all four DP World Australia terminals

On Friday 2nd August 2019 certain industry bodies were advised by DP World Australia executives that the Construction Forestry Maritime Mining Energy Union (CFMMEU) has…

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Shenzhen, Guangdong Province – China

Did you know that Shenzhen is the world’s third-busiest container port by traffic? The Port of Shenzhen is a collective name of a number of…

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DP World workers walk off the job

Weeks worth of industrial dispute at DP World has caused chaos for vessels entering into Australian Ports.  Even if you do not have containers arriving…

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