EES Shipping - Latest News

ACCC moves on Stevedore infrastructure charges

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims has taken aim at the ­nation’s stevedores for levying significantly increased charges on transport companies, warning the…

Continue Reading →

JAEPA takes tariffs down again

Tariffs on some Aussie exports to Japan have dropped again on the first of the month as the fifth round of tariff cuts under the…

Continue Reading →

Illegal Logging – no more soft approach

It’s been a tumultuous few years for importers into Australia of regulated timber products with the introduction of new requirements introduced by the Department of…

Continue Reading →

Karachi Container Ship Incident

Going viral this week was the shocking video taken by port workers in Karachi. Dozens of shipping containers have fallen into the water at Pakistan’s…

Continue Reading →

TPP-11 delivers extra wins for Aussie exporters

Today’s signing of the TPP-11 delivers extra outcomes for Australian exporters that will help create new Australian jobs. Australian beef will benefit from further tariff…

Continue Reading →

LCL cargo ex Italy

The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) are causing a real headache this season for importers from Italy. The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR)…

Continue Reading →

Trucking Delays in USA

The United States nationwide truck shortage continues this month with our agents still noting big delays. The implementation of the ELD (electronic logging device), coupled…

Continue Reading →

Trump’s extraordinary tariffs

Chairman, CEO and president of Nucor John Ferriola and U.S. Steel CEO Dave Burritt flank U.S. President Donald Trump. President Donald Trump’s plans for a…

Continue Reading →

Seventy containers lost overboard

According to a 2017 survey of ocean carriers by the World Shipping Council (WSC), an average of 1,390 containers are lost at sea each year…

Continue Reading →

Australia and Peru sign PAFTA

Peru and Australia signed a free trade agreement on 12 February due to eliminate tariffs on 99% of Australian goods within five years of the…

Continue Reading →