With the possibility of a No-Deal Brexit next month, Australian businesses may need to talk to their customs broker, freight forwarder or logistics provider to support preparations.
The Port of Brisbane and Queensland Trucking Association have jointly commenced a trial run of new technology as part of the 2-year Heavy Vehicle Safety Around Ports project.
Australia's trade surplus lifted in December 2018 due to the fact that Imports dropped more than Exports. The weakness in Imports could signal a spending downturn.
From the 30th January 2019 DAWR requires Self-reporting Importers and Customs Brokers to report fumigated containers when lodging the import declaration.
MUA Industrial Action at Hutchison Ports – SICTL Sydney, Port Botany and Port of Brisbane – ‘Community Protest’ Blocking Access to Patrick Terminal.
Hutchison Ports in Brisbane has released a Notice advising of proposed MUA Protected Industrial Action from Thursday 17 January for an indefinite period.
AI is spearheading the evolution of the global shipping industry, using algorithms to mitigate security risks, ensure compliance with regulations and improve cost-effectiveness.
Home Affairs-ABF have released the December edition of the Goods Compliance Update (GCU) commenting on the application of trade and customs laws.
A Brisbane company and its director have been fined for offences relating to “dealing with landed cargo in quarantine” for imported containers of meat.
Customs amendments to the working tariff and preferential duty rates, as well as the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, are coming into force over the holiday period.