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Pallets at the ready

EES have just recently moved into our brand new premises in Cockburn Central.  Along with our new offices, we also have a huge amount of…

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Starbucks Container Drive Thru

EES is bringing you today another classic example of recycling sea containers. Initially used to transport goods around the world, these containers have found their…

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Huge Milestone in EES history

The 1st March 2014 is a memorable day for EES. On this day, we are celebrating EES having our Customs Brokers license for 10 years….

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Testosterone Powder Concealment

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service officers (ACBPS) have again been the key in exposing an illegal shipment of testosterone powder which was hidden in…

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Drug smugglers go bananas

Discount supermarket, Aldi, had to deal with a difficult delivery early last month when they found a £10m haul of cocaine packed in banana crates…

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Floating container warning

A warning has been issued over the last few days for mariners to keep an eye out for floating shipping containers in the English Channel. …

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Paperless is the answer

China Customs have announced that their newly introduced paperless system is enhancing efficiency. The system was introduced in April last year, allowing shippers to submit…

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Massive loss of containers in rough seas

Last week the Svendborg Maersk encountered a huge storm when sailing thru the Bay of Biscay. The vessel was on it’s way to Colombo, Sri…

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Ephedrine hitching a ride

A simple x-ray of an airfreight consignment has exposed anomalies in a shipment of bicycle seats sent to Sydney from China. Australian Customs and Border…

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Singapore Reinforcing Safety of Navigation

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) are currently conducting investigations to determine the cause of three collisions in Singapore waters recently. Whilst the…

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