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Chain of Responsibility / Container weight declarations

The Chain of Responsibility legislation was passed by Western Australian Government in May 2012. With the legislation is due to take effect from March 2014…

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Australian Customs to increase cargo screening

Customs chief Mike Pezzullo stood alongside Immigration Minister Scott Morrison last week to unveil and $88 million upgrade to the screening and inspection of international…

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NYC SuperPier

It’s a bird … It’s a plane… No, it’s the SuperPier! Once used as a portal to move cargo into New York City, the Hudson…

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Rotterdam Port receives nine new cranes

Last weekend the Port of Rotterdam received a huge shipment – nine new Super Post Panamax container cranes. This was the first time that a…

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Tea import seized

Australian Customs and Border Protection not only inspect airfreight and seafreight consignments that arrive into Australia, they also thoroughly check all mail that lands into…

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Luminous container home

We here at EES would love to show you this amazing container home that has been built by artist and designer Julio Garcia. This peaceful…

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The heat is on

Main Roads Western Australia are this morning advising  that there is an uneven surface hazard Tonkin Highway Southbound from Hale Road to Welshpool Road East….

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Patrick / Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) Stop Work Meeting

Patrick / Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) Stop Work Meeting – Fremantle Terminal (Monday 20/01/2014) Patrick have just announced the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA)…

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Chinese New Year holiday update

Please be aware that business in Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan will be closed for Chinese New Year holidays on the following dates commencing Thursday…

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Containers used to ease homelessness in the U.K.

EES have bought you many ways that containers are being re-purposed in today’s recyclable world.  They’ve been used to house prisoners, made into schools and…

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