It is important that you advise your overseas suppliers of changes to the packing declaration requirements, to ensure they comply by 16 June 2017 – that’s only three weeks away.
The Senate Economics Legislation Committee for inquiry has concluded that the implementation of the GST on Low Value Transactions should be deferred until 1 July 2018.
A review of Australia's quarantine procedures has been undertaken, after historic and valuable plant specimens imported from France were destroyed by biosecurity officers.
The first two commercial shipments of medicinal cannabis products to be legally imported to Australia have been cleared by Customs.
Australian Trade Minister Steve Ciobo has announced that Australia will pursue a free trade agreement (FTA) with Hong Kong in a bid to gain even greater access to the Chinese market.
With E-marketers such as Amazon and Alibaba setting up retail outlets in Australia, there may also be shake-ups in store for the logistics industry.
The Department of Agriculture has put new measures in place to ensure the community is protected from certain hazards attached to the import of fish and molluscs into Australia.
Authorities have seized Australia’s largest haul of methamphetamine to date, with the seizure of almost 903 kilograms of the drug in Melbourne.
Australia is one of the few countries with an absolute ban on asbestos – ‘Zero Tolerance’ – and the Australian Border Force (ABF) is tightening controls on offending vehicle imports.
Last week the Australian Federal Government announced it will introduce changes to the management of imported food safety risks through a package of reforms.