Henning Harders Tradeline is a quality assured international freight forwarding and logistics company.
Importing and exporting goods efficiently is a complex process, requiring an in-depth knowledge of international freight-forwarding, customs and trade regulations. Henning Harders TradeLine Pty. Ltd. is the trusted supply chain provider for clients from all industries. We are the one-stop-provider for all commercial logistics requirements – including large-scale consolidations, chartering, project cargo and time-critical cargo.
One size does not fit all. That’s why we align ourselves with our clients’ specific operations and processes and manage their supply chain as one cost-efficient unit. Over the course of 30 years, this helped us develop a deep understanding of the specific needs and requirements in a wide range of industries – including food & beverages, chemical, pharmaceutical, healthcare, mining, retail, automotive, construction, manufacturing and technology.
If you want to confidently focus on your business, let us take care of your logistics and customs requirements. We can set up and manage parts of, or your entire supply chain as one flexible, cost-efficient unit and turn it into a valuable strategic asset for your business.
Harders Advisory is an experienced trade consultancy, which can help you determine whether a new business opportunity is feasible, mitigate risks, ensure your goods comply with customs regulations and improve your cash-flow.
As an experienced Australian trade consultancy, we are the company of choice for legitimate duty minimisation schemes, efficient customs clearance and industry-specific warehousing solutions.
Don’t let this bug stop your business: Talk to us to ensure your import cargo complies with DAWE requirements
While port recovery is finally underway, national delays persist with Sydney still being up to 21 days behind schedule. The management of empty containers in Sydney remains at a crisis level.
As industrial action is resolved, ports continue to be impacted by delays. Port congestion surcharges for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane remain in place. Bookings to Sydney are suspended with various lines. While the empty container crisis continues – we are still managing our clients’ empty containers via our transport yards.
Industrial action, schedule changes and congestion at ECPs cause ongoing shipping disruptions and berthing delays. Sydney bound vessels discharge containers in Melbourne. Other topics in this newsletter: China’s countervailing duty investigation into Australian wine, BMSB and Khapra Beetle measures, important changes to the inspection of imported food and import restrictions due to African Swine Fever in Germany.
With our global network of partner offices in over 150 cities in over 100 countries we are always where you need us. No matter in which parts of the world you are doing business – we can provide you with the matching end-to-end supply chain services.
The impact of the Coronavirus outbreak in China is being felt on a global scale. The World Health Organization (WHO) is following the case closely and making recommendations which are largely adopted by Australia’s Chief Medical Officer.