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The Weird and Wonderful Items You Didn’t Realise Are Being Regularly Shipped

In recent months, as consumers refreshed tracking numbers for their online shopping purchases and waited for supermarket shelves to restock amid chronic supply chain congestion,…

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Why it’s Important to Know Exactly What’s Happening Within the Shipping Industry

We’re a third of the way through the year, and it’s fair to say there’s still a lot going on within the shipping industry in…

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How a Lack of Workers is Impacting the Supply-Chain’s Final Mile

February 22, 2022 , 0 Comments

I think we’re all acutely aware of the ongoing delays and congestion within the shipping industry, however a fresh problem is now upon us as…

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Why Industry Needs to Get Involved in the Productivity Commission’s Supply-Chain Inquiry.

Amid the festivity of December, and the continuing chaos within the supply-chain, you may have missed that the Productivity Commission announced an inquiry into Australia’s…

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We’re Saying Goodbye to 2021, But is it Goodbye to Shipping Delays?

With 2022 now just days away, it’s wishful thinking to expect the delays and congestion impacting the product supply chain will simply disappear once the…

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How Late Night Deliveries and After Hours Phone Calls Could Help Ease Supply-Chain Delays.

Twenty-four hour operations in the shipping industry may be the only solution we have to the big retail issues we are facing due to global…

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Delays on Delays – Why Your New Laptop Might Not Make it Under the Christmas Tree.

A fresh problem is emerging from the ongoing global shipping delays, with some shipping lines now avoiding transporting hazardous cargo altogether. With congestion showing no…

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Key WA Industries the Latest to be Affected by Worsening Shipping Delays

WA’s mining and agriculture sectors are starting to feel the squeeze from continued global shipping delays, with concerns vital maintenance supplies are becoming caught up…

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Tianjin Explosion Losses

Explosions in the Chinese port of Tianjin last month would lead to cargo losses of at least $1.5 billion, and were having a “significant impact”…

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Hoegh Osaka cargo, what’s happening now?

For those of us waiting with baited breath on the outcome of the cargo on board the Hoegh Osaka, it appears that we have to…

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