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How 2020 Has Affected the Shipping Industry

Barely anyone got through the year of upheaval that was 2020 unscathed, and the shipping and freight industry is no different. The impact of the…

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World Maritime Day 2020

“Sustainable shipping for a sustainable planet” is the World Maritime theme for 2020. This will provide an opportunity to raise awareness of the United Nations’…

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Queen’s Birthday Closure

We wish to advise that our office will be closed on Monday the 28th September in order to honour the Queen’s Birthday. We will re-open…

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China renews blue alert for Typhoon Haishen

China’s national observatory Saturday renewed a blue alert for Typhoon Haishen, which is expected to bring strong winds to parts of eastern China’s sea areas….

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Current Conditions

Analysts are announcing that container shipping costs and service levels are at risk of spiraling out of control. As well as a massive withdrawal of…

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Peak Season Prep 2020

Who can believe we’re already half way through 2020! What a year it has been. The second half of the year tends to be even…

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APL England loses containers overboard

Forty shipping containers have been lost overboard off the NSW coast after a ship rolled during heavy seas while travelling from China to Australia. Take…

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Freight Insurance

  Is insurance on your goods necessary? In a word, yes. Countless companies (especially those that have been importing for a long time) believe that…

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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 Update

Our good friends at Freight and Trade Alliance (FTA) have been providing industry with updates on how the spread of the coronavirus is effecting importers…

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