Harders Advisory is a dedicated, experienced supply chain and trade consultancy. We help clients gain a competitive advantage within their industry.

Steve Butler, Head of Harders Advisory

Next Level Supply Chain Consultancy

Next level supply chains go beyond the idea of cost efficiencies. To achieve a competitive advantage, companies today need to look into increasing speed to market and providing a better experience to customers. Whether you are in Retail or B2B, we can help you balance cost with keeping your clients happy. 

Stay ahead of your competition

Harders Advisory offers a range of services, which can give your business a competitive edge. We analyse and optimise existing supply chains, provide expert advise on new business ventures and guide you through the maze of regulations and trade agreements.

Unlike other consultancies or logistics firms, we bring a unique combination of strategy and execution to the table. This allows us to consider all aspects of the process: industry specific shipping requirements, trade routes, fluctuating shipping capacities, free trade agreements, tariff concessions, local import and export regulations, product classification, labelling requirements, AHECC, TRADEX, DAWR, CoR, BMSB and many other acronyms, which you might not be aware of but are likely to affect your bottom line – or may even have the potential to stall your business entirely.

Our Services

Australian and international companies are working with Harders Advisory because the success of their business depends on a reliable and efficient supply chain. We stay on top of regulations, requirements and trade agreements so that you don’t have to and instead can confidently focus on your core business.

Harders Advisory offers a wide range of services, which guide you through the maze of rules and help improve your cash-flow and/or speed to market:

Import / Export Consulting

Customs Duty Consulting


Supply Chain and Process optimisation

Your direct contact to Harders Advisory

Talk to us if you consider importing goods to Australia, if you want to determine the feasibility of an overseas business opportunity, mitigate risks, comply with customs regulations, improve cash-flow or streamline your import / export processes.


Steven Butler

Head of Advisory

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