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Despite peace talks at Port Botany, container congestion remains critical

Box congestion at Sydney’s port Botany remains “critical”, with the continuing surplus of empty containers costing transport operators millions in extra logistics. While industrial action…

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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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Asia Shipping Issues

Back-to-back typhoons and surging shipping demand have meant lengthy vessel delays for ocean freight out of Asia. Typhoon Haishen made landfall south-east of Gangneung in…

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eCert exchange for New Zealand

Effective 31 August 2020, the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment has transitioned the current eCert exchange with New Zealand’s Ministry for Primary Industries…

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Increasing congestion at ports due to cancelled sailings out of India

Container trades out of India are faced with increasing congestion, due to a combination of blanked sailings, equipment shortages and carriers unable to clear a…

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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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Australia Terminal Update

Recently the Container Logistics Industry have faced challenges by various factors. These include extreme weather events, port and landside congestion and vessel schedule alterations. In…

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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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#SeafarersAreKeyWorkers

The U.N. International Maritime Organization is highlighting the plight of seafarers on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic on this year’s annual Day of…

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W.A. Day Closure – 1st June

On June the 1st, 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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