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Key WA Industries the Latest to be Affected by Worsening Shipping Delays

WA’s mining and agriculture sectors are starting to feel the squeeze from continued global shipping delays, with concerns vital maintenance supplies are becoming caught up…

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Export Grants Overhaul

Small to medium-sized businesses with exporting ambitions can now apply for upfront financial assistance for a host of trade development activities under a major overhaul of Austrade’s export grants scheme. …

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As The Freight Industry Gets Ever Busier, BioSecurity Has To Be At The Front of the Queue

While Australians continue to enjoy getting deliveries from overseas, they may not be aware that getting those products delivered carries with it a number of…

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When does a crisis become the new normal? The Five Stages of Shipping in 2021

If you’ve followed EES Shipping for a while now, you’ll know that the international shipping industry has undergone a major set of changes in the…

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Why You Need to Get Your Christmas Shopping Done Now – Yes Really

Whether you’re an importer, retailer or just someone who likes to get organised before the silly season, one of Australia’s leading freight forwarding companies is…

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Australian Businesses must get advice before paying ‘Priority Shipping Fees’ which have been introduced by shipping companies

As much as I’d like to be talking to you about settling into a calm ‘new normal’ in the world of the international shipping industry,…

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Why 2021 Lunar New Year Didn’t Bring the Reprieve We Hoped For

By now, the shortages and delays plaguing the international shipping industry should be news to no-one. But if you’ve been living under a rock here’s…

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Labour Day Closure – 1st March

February 25, 2021 0 Comments

Please kindly note that EES Shipping will be closed on Monday 1st March for Labour Day. “The Labour Day holiday commemorates the granting of the…

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Australia lifts ban on cargo flights from Bangladesh after security revamp

Satisfied with the improvement of security standards, Australia has lifted its five-year ban on direct cargo flights from Bangladesh. It’s a long-awaited measure applauded by top exporters, after…

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Australia Day Closure

Please kindly note that Tuesday the 26th January, we will be closed to celebrate Australia Day. Australia Day marks the anniversary of the arrival of…

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