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IFCBAA National Conference 2022

The IFCBAA (International Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of Australia) National Conference is usually a big feature on the CPD calendar for Forwarders and Brokers…

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Easter Working Arrangements 2022

Easter is once again upon us. The Stevedore Operating Hours can be found below: PatrickTerminal    DP World Flinders – Adelaide  Please note that EES office…

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2021 Christmas and New Year’s Operating Details

It’s that time of year again, yes we are heading into the festive season! In order to offer you our best service possible, can you…

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Maritime Day 2020 cancelled

Sad news just in from Fremantle Ports: Fremantle Ports advises that due to COVID-19 risk considerations we have made the difficult decision to cancel Fremantle…

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Actual Number of Containers Lost at Sea Falling

The global container shipping industry continues to see a declining trend in the number of containers lost at sea each year. The World Shipping Council…

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Easter Working Arrangements 2020

The Easter Operating Hours – 2020 for Fremantle Ports (and surrounds) have just been released. These have been collated by the W.A. Port Operations Task…

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Coronavirus – Impact on trade

February has been a volatile month for the world as we all watched the spread of the coronavirus worldwide. The Lunar New Year holidays were…

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Labour Day Closure – 2nd March 2020

Please kindly note that EES Shipping will be closed on Monday 2nd March for Labour Day. “The Labour Day holiday commemorates the granting of the…

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The People of the Port

An informative slideshow has been released by ABC showing all the faces from behind the scenes at Fremantle Port. These men and women cover all…

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That’s ONE Pink Vessel

Vessels come and go at Fremantle Port but there was a buzz in the office this week with the arrival of the “ONE Commitment”.  This…

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