On 30th November Maersk Transport & Logistics’ acquisition of Hamburg Süd received final approval by the competition authorities in all relevant jurisdictions globally.
This week the respective Customs ministers of Australia and China signed a landmark Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) at Parliament House in Canberra.
The International Air Transport Association has called for aviation security to be further strengthened by addressing key areas of concern.
As concerns grow in our industry about new fees being levied by stevedores, the ACCC this month has released its Container Stevedoring Monitoring Report for the past year.
The Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement signed on Friday will eliminate nearly all tariffs faced by Australian exporters in a boost to our sugar industry, farmers and mining services.
The arrest of four people today, who attempted to smuggle drugs into Australia in a shipping container, has highlighted the sophistication of transnational crime networks.
Xi Jinping, on confirmation of his second 5-year term, said China had entered a ‘new era’ and, for a major trading partner like Australia, there are signals of potential economic impact.
The Port of Brisbane is playing host to the 'Susan Maersk,' the longest container ship to ever visit Queensland.
DAWR has finalised a review of feathers and manufactured articles containing feathers and some changes have been made to associated import conditions.
This week the ABF outlined how updated data are shaping the means by which the goods compliance function is to be delivered across government and industry.