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Exotic ant detected in Fremantle

December 1, 2019 0 Comments

Late last week we were advised that an exotic ant species had been detected at Fremantle Ports.  Please find following the media release regarding this…

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Changes to import rules for equipment containing ozone depleting substances

Rules for importing hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) equipment are changing on 1 January 2020. From 1 January 2020 importing all types of HCFC equipment (including, for example,…

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Australian Maritime and Shipping Industry Awards – Results

EES was fortunate this year to be finalist in the Freight Forwarder of the Year category at the Australian Shipping and Maritime Awards! The outstanding…

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Patricks and DP World Stop Work Meetings

Please be advised that container terminals DP World and Patricks, will proceed with a four-hour approved stop work meetings to allow MUA members to attend…

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Low Sulphur Fuel Recovery – 1st Dec 2019

From January 1st 2020 a global regulation will come into force changing the type of fuel all shipping lines must use.  The aim of the…

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Commencement of 2019-20 Burnt Pine Longicorn (BPL) flight season measures

Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) has received advice from the Department of Agriculture that they have published the following Industry Advice Notice in regards the…

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World in a box

“World in a Box” was a project of the 2019 Container Project Committee, a group of former senior Australian shipping executives, who were keen to…

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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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