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Young Professional of the Year Finalist

EES Shipping congratulates Glenn Hack (Director/Special Projects Manager), on becoming a finalist in the School of Information Systems, Curtin University, and Sadleirs Logistics Western Australian…

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Lloyd’s List Australia rewards EES Shipping

The Annual Lloyd’s List Australian Shipping and Maritime Industry Awards were held in Melbourne last Thursday night. EES were finalists in two awards this year….

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Shipowners scramble to ensure their vessels are safe

On November 6, we posted about Peak Season Wharf Activity  and shared information about the ill-fated ship, APL Turquoise.  This vessel, a 4369 TEU (twenty…

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Customs have the “advantage set” against drug smugglers

Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS) have been busy once again intercepting drugs bound for Australian streets. The shipment of tennis racquets arrived into…

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Congestion at JNPT adversely affecting country’s trade

EES Shipping’s agent in India have provided us with some more information regarding the export situation currently. As you can read below, there are massive…

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Keeping an eye on biosecurity

This month three businesses in Queensland have been recognised for their role in protecting Australia’s borders. These companies came across serious biosecurity risks and alerted…

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Congestion Closes Export Gates at Nhava Sheva’s Gateway Terminals

  EES Shipping have been advised by our agents in India that there are currently huge problems with exports from Nhava Sheva. Please read the…

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Peak Season Checklist

With the peak season upon us, and the silly season closing in fast, we want to remind all importers of ways to avoid additional costs…

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Katy Perry’s album in Biosecurity scare

November 15, 2013 , , , 0 Comments

Biosecurity officers have been ordered to inspect Katy Perry CD’s that have been purchased from overseas due to concerns that they may pose a risk…

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Record breaking seizures for 2012-13

The annual report 2012-13 from Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS) has been issued and it’s a record buster. In the last financial year,…

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