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Asbestos detection on the rise

The hot topic of Asbestos in Imports hasn’t gone away, it’s simply been simmering in the background.  Today we’re sharing this article directly from the…

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Day of the Seafarer 2017

This year, once again, the 25th June will mark the annual Day of the Seafarer (DotS), and the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has announced its…

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Bumper Exports

It appears that the world is going crazy for Australian exports with a huge amount of our produce in demand globally. Here’s a quick wrap…

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US Air Cargo Screening

Tough new cargo screening procedures for US-bound air cargo is due to come into force on July 1.  That’s exactly twenty four days away. The…

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Welcoming another FTA (PAFTA)

Roo meat may be headed to Peru with the conclusion of free trade agreement negotiations between the South American country and Australia. Kangaroo Industry Association…

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Stowaway Stinkbugs

Coming just a few weeks after the Stink Bug season for 2016/2017 was declared over, a discovery has been made! A stinky spectre from America…

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Fighting for the TPP

Negotiations on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) are still alive after the US withdrew from negotiations in the wake of Donald Trump’s electoral victory. Trade…

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W.A. Citrus to Asia

Naval oranges and mandarins growing near Moora in Western Australia will soon be on the shelves of Asian supermarkets, as well as local vendors. The…

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Hong Kong – Australia FTA

Negotiations on a Hong Kong-Australia free trade agreement (A-HKFTA) were officially launched on May 16th. Australian trade minister Steven Ciobo said an FTA with Hong…

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The OOCL Hong Kong

We’re back today showing you another mega-ship that has just been introduced to the world’s largest vessel fleet. Knocking the MOL Triumph off the top…

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