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That’s ONE Pink Vessel

Vessels come and go at Fremantle Port but there was a buzz in the office this week with the arrival of the “ONE Commitment”.  This…

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Changes to import rules for equipment containing ozone depleting substances

Rules for importing hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) equipment are changing on 1 January 2020. From 1 January 2020 importing all types of HCFC equipment (including, for example,…

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Bella Ridge Estate

As we set to draw 2019 to a close our thoughts are beginning to turn to Christmas giveaways this year! For 2019 EES have selected…

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Xmas Lolly Competition 2019

Our famous “guess the flavour” Lolly Jar competition is back again for the fourth year running and we’re asking you to join in the fun….

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Your Christmas Office Trading Hours

With December slowly creeping upon us, we enter the holiday season. Whilst ships / airlines never stop coming in or going out, we understand you…

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Australian Maritime and Shipping Industry Awards – Results

EES was fortunate this year to be finalist in the Freight Forwarder of the Year category at the Australian Shipping and Maritime Awards! The outstanding…

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Patricks and DP World Stop Work Meetings

Please be advised that container terminals DP World and Patricks, will proceed with a four-hour approved stop work meetings to allow MUA members to attend…

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Low Sulphur Fuel Recovery – 1st Dec 2019

From January 1st 2020 a global regulation will come into force changing the type of fuel all shipping lines must use.  The aim of the…

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Commencement of 2019-20 Burnt Pine Longicorn (BPL) flight season measures

Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) has received advice from the Department of Agriculture that they have published the following Industry Advice Notice in regards the…

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World in a box

“World in a Box” was a project of the 2019 Container Project Committee, a group of former senior Australian shipping executives, who were keen to…

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