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Easter 2018 Arrangements

The Easter 2018 working arangements  for Fremantle Ports (and surrounds) have just been released. These have been collated by the W.A. Port Operations Task Force and…

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Karachi Container Ship Incident

Going viral this week was the shocking video taken by port workers in Karachi. Dozens of shipping containers have fallen into the water at Pakistan’s…

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TPP-11 delivers extra wins for Aussie exporters

Today’s signing of the TPP-11 delivers extra outcomes for Australian exporters that will help create new Australian jobs. Australian beef will benefit from further tariff…

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LCL cargo ex Italy

The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) are causing a real headache this season for importers from Italy. The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR)…

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Trucking Delays in USA

The United States nationwide truck shortage continues this month with our agents still noting big delays. The implementation of the ELD (electronic logging device), coupled…

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Removal of DG Stickers

Who can believe that it’s almost been three years since we reminded you of the steps that you need to take once your import container…

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Shipments from Italy

The department has found significant numbers of Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) on arrival in Australia in various types of goods arriving from Italy. The…

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Stinkbug chaos

The war on stinkbugs is happening closer to home than preferred with a detection of the pests found in Jandakot.  This is the third detection…

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Trump’s extraordinary tariffs

Chairman, CEO and president of Nucor John Ferriola and U.S. Steel CEO Dave Burritt flank U.S. President Donald Trump. President Donald Trump’s plans for a…

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Seventy containers lost overboard

According to a 2017 survey of ocean carriers by the World Shipping Council (WSC), an average of 1,390 containers are lost at sea each year…

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