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Australia’s Crisis-hit Shipping Industry

Australia’s crisis-hit shipping industry is now providing a ‘third-world’ service. Australia’s shipping industry is in “disarray”,  according to angry forwarders and transport operators. They claim…

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Asia Shipping Issues

Back-to-back typhoons and surging shipping demand have meant lengthy vessel delays for ocean freight out of Asia. Typhoon Haishen made landfall south-east of Gangneung in…

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#SeafarersAreKeyWorkers

The U.N. International Maritime Organization is highlighting the plight of seafarers on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic on this year’s annual Day of…

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Coronavirus Update 29th April

We’re sharing today the latest update on shipping and the coronavirus received from Freight & Trade Alliance. In terms of trade, indications are that low…

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Coronavirus Update 23rd April

New Zealand is winding back to “lock down stage 3” providing similar restrictions to those currently in Australia. This means that both governments are still requesting the public…

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Coronavirus Response – To our valued clients

To our valued clients, As the situation caused by COVID-19 intensifies, we would like to take the opportunity to reach out and let you know…

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Methyl Bromide Shortage in Singapore

Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) have made us aware  that there has been a notice issued by a treatment provider in the Port of Singapore…

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Patricks and DP World Stop Work Meetings

Please be advised that container terminals DP World and Patricks, will proceed with a four-hour approved stop work meetings to allow MUA members to attend…

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Tanjung Pelepas port intends to raise capacity to 30 million TEU by 2030

Malaysia’s Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) aims to expand its annual container handling capacity in phases to be able to handle 30 million TEU by…

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ABF Examinations

We’ve highlighted the need for the Australian Border Force (ABF) to conduct holds on imported containers into Australia previously. This is necessary and integral, and…

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