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CBFCA meeting with ACCC directors and analysts

CBFCA (Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia) representatives met Thursday 3rd May with the ACCC Directors and Analysts tasked with gathering data and issues…

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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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APEC a chance to revive TPP

Trade minister Steven Ciobo believes the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in Da Nang, Vietnam, can revitalise the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The TPP appeared for the scrap-heap…

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International Mail Discoveries

 A 26-year-old man has been sentenced to nine years and six months’ jail after being found guilty of four charges relating to the importation of…

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ACBPS seize weapons

Melbourne Gateway Facility was the location for the latest seizures made by the dedicated team from Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS). From March…

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International Mail drug seizure

Two men have been arrested in Sydney after they (allegedly) attempted to import four kilograms of methamphetamine into Australia via International Mail. The 46 year-old…

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150kgs of methamphetamine seized

A 66-year-old Hong Kong national will appear in Sydney Central Local Court today (15 May 2015), charged with attempting to import approximately 150 kilograms of…

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Dangerous weapons seized

The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) is warning importers about the dangers of trying to bring prohibited weapons into Australia. ACBPS officers, with…

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100kg of meth seized from shipping container

This article has been taken directly from here. All credit given. The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) have…

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Australian box trade to near-triple in under 20 years

This article has been taken directly from here. Australia’s total container trade will increase by 5.1% per annum over the next 20 years to 19.4m…

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