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How Buying a Beer Can Provide Flood Relief in the Eastern States

What do you get when you cross a freight forwarder, a wholesale distributor and a couple of brewing companies? A new beer and a great…

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Why it’s Important to Know Exactly What’s Happening Within the Shipping Industry

We’re a third of the way through the year, and it’s fair to say there’s still a lot going on within the shipping industry in…

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EES Christmas Card

This year we decided on a fun colourful picture for our Christmas card.  Complete with our very own pallet Christmas trees, EES staff had a…

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Small helper gives BIG help

Week three of the Lego build is upon us. We’ve constructed the hull and placed the good luck coin in its position. We’re certainly off…

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EES Shipping’s Easter / ANZAC Day Hours

Easter has snuck up on us this year! Please kindly be advised of our operating hours below: Friday 18th April – Closed Saturday 19th April…

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Another vessel collision in Singapore

Singapore’s already polluted water has again taken a battering. At approx 1535hrs on the 10th February the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore received a…

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Puma City

EES love shining the light on used shipping containers being repurposed in a positive way. Today we would like to introduce you to Puma City. …

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Chinese New Year holiday update

Please be aware that business in Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan will be closed for Chinese New Year holidays on the following dates commencing Thursday…

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K-line change in Terminal – Important Notice

EES have been recently advised by K-line that, effective from their next vessel’s arrival into Fremantle, their vessels will now be discharged at Patrick’s Terminal. …

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Christmas nears as Fremantle Port at record levels

The W.A. Port Operations Task Force has issued December’s media release advising that container throughput at Fremantle Port has been at record levels during the…

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