The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has announced their measures to counter the BMSB during the next Stink Bug season, 2019-2020.
The High Court has unanimously held that persons who have the de facto ability to keep dutiable goods safely, without passing into home consumption before payment, must do so.
On 30 April 2019, the Stink Bug season concluded. Goods shipped from risk countries on or after 01 May 2019 will no longer be subject to the BMSB seasonal measures.
In a step toward commercialising autonomous technology on public roads, a logistics company has begun making deliveries with a driverless electric truck called the T-Pod.
Australia must stay relevant in the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, or Industry 4.0, according to a report to be launched today. It will affect manufacturers, traders and logistics providers.
Importers of food must be aware of Food Control Certificates, which are directions issued by DAWR referring a shipment for inspection under the Imported Food Inspection Scheme.
China just hosted its second BRI Forum reviving silk trade routes within Asia/Europe & adding new links in Africa & South America but it’s unlikely that Australia will ever join in.
Qantas Freight has announced it will lease two Boeing 747-8F freighter aircraft, offering greater capacity and improved efficiency for its global freight customers.
Over the 11-day period between 19 and 28 April, transport operators only have 3 days available to dehire empty containers at ECPs, meaning possible extra costs for clients.
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