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ACBPS shine the light on another illegal drug importation

January 17, 2014 0 Comments

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) officers have reported that another shipment has arrived into Australia containing a concealment of methamphetamine. Ten boxes of…

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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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Lego ship finally available

January 9, 2014 , , , 0 Comments

Shipping Nerds have rejoiced hearing the news that, at long last, the LEGO version of the world’s largest ship is now on sale. It appears…

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Not so healthy vitamins seized

There has been no rest for the officers of Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS) and the Australian Federal Police (AFP) this New Years…

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The enormous Port of Shanghai

Did you watch the morning news on your big screen TV this morning? Make some toast in your new toaster?  Trip over your kid’s toys? …

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K-line change in Terminal – Important Notice

EES have been recently advised by K-line that, effective from their next vessel’s arrival into Fremantle, their vessels will now be discharged at Patrick’s Terminal. …

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Another drug concealment detected

A 21 year old Taiwanese man was due to face the Parramatta Local Court this morning – his charge – attempting to possess approximately 16kgs…

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Old vs New container ships – what a difference!

Container ships sure have changed a lot. The world’s first purpose-built container vessel was built in 1955, and in the last 58 years they have…

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