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Deserved recognition

A big congratulations are in order for our very own Accounts Executive Shaun Hack. Shaun recently completed the Diploma of International Freight Forwarding (DIFF).   Historically…

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Peak Season Prep 2017

Who can believe we’re already half way through 2017! The second half of the year tends to be even faster, so now is the time…

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W.A. Day Closure

On June the 5th, our office will be closed to honour Western Australia Day (W.A. Day). “Formerly “Foundation Day”, Western Australia Day is a uniquely…

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Five Ports you never knew existed

Sure we all know the common sea ports around the world.  There’s Long Beach, in America, Le Havre in France, Shanghai China and Sydney in…

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Shipping Awards Results 2016

Two of EES staff members were fortunate enough to be finalists again in this years Australia Shipping and Maritime Awards. Geoff Hack, EES Managing Director…

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King of the skies

It’s now been five whole days since the “colossus of the clouds” touched down at Perth Airport.  Yep, we’re talking about the Antonov AN-225 –…

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Car carrier in trouble

Modern Express, a roll on roll off pure car and truck carrier (PCTC), remains in trouble in the Bay of Biscay. The vessel, which currently…

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Lloyd’s List Shipping Awards 2015

  The finalists for the annual Lloyd’s List Australia Shipping and Maritime Industry Awards 2015 have been announced. In 2013 we were fortunate enough to…

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Customs re-branch launch

The Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Peter Dutton today announced that the highly successful Customs Watch programme would be re-branded as Border Watch under…

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Australia Free Trade Agreements

  Free Trade Agreements (FTA’s) open up opportunities for Australian exporters and investors to expand their businesses into key overseas markets. FTAs can improve market…

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