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Cargo ship captain allowed to leave Australia

The APL England container ship lost more than 50 containers in rough seas last month.(Supplied: Blueys Photography) A Brisbane judge has ruled the captain of…

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2020-2021 Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) seasonal measures

The 2020-21 BMSB season will be in effect for goods shipped from September 1, 2020 that arrive in Australian territory prior 31 May 2021(inclusive). In…

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NICNAS out AICIS in

The Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme (AICIS) will replace NICNAS on 1 July 2020 as the new national regulator of the importation and manufacture of…

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World’s Largest Megaship Arrives in Europe

It was back in March this year when we first introduced you to the HMM Algeciras. HMM Algeciras in Rotterdam. Photo: Port of Rotterdam Authority…

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APL England Master Charged

APL England Master Charged Over Loss of Containers Overboard Stacks of containers collapsed on the deck of the APL England. Photo: AMSA The Master of…

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W.A. Day Closure – 1st June

On June the 1st, our office will be closed to honour Western Australia Day (W.A. Day). “Formerly “Foundation Day”, Western Australia Day is a uniquely…

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APL England loses containers overboard

Forty shipping containers have been lost overboard off the NSW coast after a ship rolled during heavy seas while travelling from China to Australia. Take…

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Coronavirus Trade Update

May 24, 2020 0 Comments

Our good friends at Freight and Trade Alliance have provided us with the latest update on the how coronavirus is affecting the shipping industry: China…

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India reopens economy but millions refuse to budge in face of high risks

India is gradually easing stay-at-home restrictions across the country, but the return to work in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic faces serious difficulties, reports…

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E-commerce faces severe shortage of air cargo capacity

International Transport Association (IATA) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU) have warned that the e-commerce sector is facing a shortage of air cargo capacity because…

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