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Chinese New Year 2019

Chinese New Year is a fantastic time of the year. It’s full of colour, excitement and tradition. It is the time to eat, celebrate, cleanse…

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Illegal Logging Update

Importer issued with the first illegal logging infringement notice In November 2018, a Queensland-based importer was served with the first infringement notice issued under Australia’s…

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BMSB – Industry calls for an Independent Review

The following has been received from Freight & Trade Alliiance (FTA). The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has implemented widespread emergency measures on imported…

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Public Holidays in January & February 2019 – Asia offices

Please be informed all Asia offices will be closed on the following days in January and February 2019. In order to avoid delays and additional…

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Italian Treatment Providers for BMSB

Three Italian BMSB treatment providers have been now been suspended by the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.  This is understood to be resulting…

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Stink bugs force another ro-ro expulsion

A car carrier has been ordered to leave Australian waters following a stink bug discovery. The vessel MV Morning Composer was initially due to arrive…

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Xmas and NY Working Arrangement 2018

The hard-working crew at the Western Australia Port Operations Task Force (WAPOTF) have issued this years 2018 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR WORKING ARRANGEMENTS. This shows both…

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More containers being moved after hours, easing pressure on roads

A recently released study has found more containers are being moved between Fremantle Port and unpack and pack locations after daytime business hours. The percentage…

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EES Festive Operating Hours 2018

Please kindly find following EES Shipping’s Holiday Period Trading Hours:   Monday 24/12 : OPEN Tues 25/12 Wed 26/12: CLOSED Thurs 27/12  Fri 28/12 Mon…

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Biosecurity Levy Update

Last week the Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia (CBFCA) CEO, Paul Damkjaer participated in the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (the department),…

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