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LATAM Group opens its biggest ever cargo terminal at Sao Paulo airport

SANTIAGO based LATAM Airlines Group, Latin America’s biggest air carrier, has opened a US$11.5 million domestic cargo facility at Guarulhos Airport in Sao Paulo, reports…

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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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Meth found in muscle milk

Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS) officers wound up the remainder of 2014 with another methamphetamine find. The officers at the Melbourne International Mail…

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Australia-China Free Trade Agreement

This article has been taken directly from here. IT’S being billed as the deal of a lifetime for Australia’s economy. After nearly a decade of…

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Aquatic Plant Penalties

We report a lot on the fantastic work that the officers of Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS) accomplish in protecting our borders. Along…

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W.A. Importer pleads guilty to illegal import

A Perth business owner has recently pleaded guilty to illegally importing 26,040 packets of Songlin Brand Fish Maw from Taiwan between July 2007 and July…

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Truck Productivity Study Industry Forum – Summary

EES Shipping are valued members of the Western Australia Port Operations Taskforce. Recently, an industry forum was held at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle, where over…

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Portable housing and EES

A few weeks ago we introduced you to the wonderful world of pop-up container hotels.  Born from shipping containers, a smart and innovative way to…

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Airfreight methamphetamine seizure

The team at Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS) not only profile seafreight shipments into Australia, but they also keep a close on the…

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Korea – Australia (KAFTA) Free Trade Agreement

Back in March we reported on the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, and his discussions with various countries on accelerated free trade agreements. Today we…

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