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W.A. Port Operations Task Force – March 2014 update

EES Shipping are valued members of the Western Australian Port Operations Task Force. Our Managing Director, Geoff Hack, attends monthly meetings to discuss all issues…

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Drone Cargo Ships

Robot vessels will look a lot different, as features that are for crew members only can be removed It’s the way of the future. Rolls…

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Free Trade Talks with China, Japan and South Korea gain momentum

Please note that this article has been taken directly from The Australian. CHINESE Premier Li Keqiang has vowed to accelerate a free-trade deal with Australia,…

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Cruel seizure made by Customs

ACBPS have advised that last week that they examined consignments that arrived into Sydney from Thailand via International Mail. The packages were declared to contain…

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Containers used to re-tell Easter Story

On a green hillside in Tyneside, United Kingdom, twelve shipping containers are beginning to be placed. Their new job?  Retelling the Easter story to be…

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Pallets at the ready

EES have just recently moved into our brand new premises in Cockburn Central.  Along with our new offices, we also have a huge amount of…

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Huge Milestone in EES history

The 1st March 2014 is a memorable day for EES. On this day, we are celebrating EES having our Customs Brokers license for 10 years….

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Testosterone Powder Concealment

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service officers (ACBPS) have again been the key in exposing an illegal shipment of testosterone powder which was hidden in…

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Drug smugglers go bananas

Discount supermarket, Aldi, had to deal with a difficult delivery early last month when they found a £10m haul of cocaine packed in banana crates…

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Floating container warning

A warning has been issued over the last few days for mariners to keep an eye out for floating shipping containers in the English Channel. …

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