Importers with recognised safeguarding systems in place might be eligible for this Australian Government safeguarding arrangement scheme. Your business could benefit from reduced bio-security risks and faster customs clearance during the BMSB 2019/20 season.
This Logistics Newsletter provides important information for importers: a freight rates update for shipments from China and Europe, classification of aluminium extrusions, biosecurity retirements for cut flowers and foliage, as well as a BMSB update.
Breaking News from this morning (2.8.2019) indicates that executives from the CFMMEU (Construction Forestry Maritime Mining Energy Union) have withdrawn industrial action planned for next week at all four DP World terminals.
This Newsletter provides you with timely shipping updates and covers an investigation of the Anti Dumping Commission regarding the import of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) from the US. BMSB (Brown Marmorated Stink Bug) measures now apply to 32 countries and will take effect from September 1. If you are importing goods into Australia, you should read the details here.
Important Industrial Action Update. DP World Sydney has received further notices of Protected Action work stoppages from the Maritime Union of Australia. Read more to find out if your cargo might be affected.
The Maritime Union of Australia confirmed 48-hour strikes at DP World Australia’s Fremantle, Brisbane, Sydney container terminals. New developments include an extended 96-hour stoppage in Melbourne. See here if your shipment is affected.
Blank sailings have been announced for certain trade lanes from Asia to Australia. Henning Harders Tradeline can assist with your planning to avoid delays with bookings. Our July Newsletter also covers Origin Waiver Benefits for Trusted Trader Importers and updated Customs Tariffs for Craft Beer.
DAWR advised us that import permits currently face delays of up to 14 weeks. DAWR has also increased the number of BMSB (Brown Marmorated Stink Bug) target risk countries from 10 to 32.
This is important news for Australian Importers. Read more to find out if your business is affected.
This Newsletters provides timely, relevant information for Australian importers and exporters: biosecurity levy, border permits, container detention, ongoing industrial action, aluminium imports and goods containing asbestos.
Our February Newsletter provides highly relevant information for importers: latest Australian Customs, DAWR and Border Force rulings. Other “must know” news for importers and exporters include: TTP agreement, Vitamins classification, and Chinese New Year shipping update.
Our first Newsletter of this year covers important trade and shipping information and timely customs updates. As mentioned in last year’s newsletter, 2019 will be a catalyst for changes in relation to sea freight rates where fuel or Bunker is levied.
Over the past decade, the Christmas and New Year period has proven to be just as busy as any other time of the year and with Chinese New Year in early February importers and exporters need to be aware of pending space difficulties.
Important information for importers and exporters to and from New Zealand. Due to an unfortunate accident, operations at the Port of Auckland (POAL) have come to a temporary halt. The terminal is currently experiencing major congestions and disruptions.
As many of you would have experienced at the petrol stations over the last month, the price of fuel has considerably increased.
This increase has also greatly impacted the operating environment for the container shipping lines. Fuel prices are up more than 30 percent from the beginning of the year and close to 70 percent since this time last year.
In October 2015, TradeLine Consulting Group joined forces with Henning Harders (Australia) Pty Ltd. With both companies sharing the same values and a commitment to service excellence, this merger presents our clients with a number of additional benefits. > Read more