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Hekima Day Care and Nursery School 2019 Update

School’s out at the Hekima Day Care and Nursery School in Tanzania, but that didn’t stop these three children coming to thank Helen Hack (EES…

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Blank Sailings as Freight Rates Drop

Freight rates from the Asia region continued to drop this month.  Importers in Australia are reaping the benefits, but it begs the question, just how…

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Fremantle Port Performance

The Port of Fremantle is the fastest out of Australia’s five biggest container ports for turning around trucks and containers, according to a report released…

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Stinkbug Season Over

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources have issued the following notice in relation to this year’s Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Season.  The Customs Brokers…

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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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China – Dense Fog in Shanghai Causes Vessel Delays

Please note terminals in Shanghai and Ningbo have been significantly affected by dense fog over the past few weeks. An intense fog have been hanging…

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ACCC moves on Stevedore infrastructure charges

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims has taken aim at the ­nation’s stevedores for levying significantly increased charges on transport companies, warning the…

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Australia Day Closure

Please kindly note that this Friday the 26th January, we will be closed to celebrate Australia Day. Australia Day marks the anniversary of the arrival…

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Australia-China Trade MRA

Australia-China International Trade Facilitation MRA Signed Early December 2017, the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) Peter Dutton, and Minister of China Customs Yu…

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Indonesia-Australia tariffs tumble

Indonesian tariffs on imported Australian raw sugar are to be slashed while Australia is scrapping import duties on Indonesian herbicides and pesticides. Indonesian and Australia…

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