NEW PIECE OF EQUIPMENT FOR ACF MELBOURNE

NEW PIECE OF EQUIPMENT FOR ACF MELBOURNE

Our Melbourne Container unpack team are very excited about our “new toy” to play with which arrived on Monday 29th October. We have purchased a Mobicon to assist us with container movements in our yard, including lift on and lift off movements from trucks...

IMPORTANT INDUSTRY UPDATES

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Fumigation Delays Forwarders involved in the onshore fumigation treatment of containers during in the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) season, or responsible for the cartage of those containers on behalf of clients, are experiencing ...

Preparing to import during the BMSB season

​​​​​Latest updates Minor clarifications made to certain goods manufactured after 1 December 2018 and treating goods to address both commodity and BMSB requirements. Amended transhipping and transiting to only apply to goods moved between 1 September 2018 and 1...

DP World CEO Paul Scurrah’s last grasp at port reform

 DP World Australia has again infuriated the trucking industry by signalling it will all but double the contentious infrastructure fees it charges freighters carrying containers to and from its terminals at Australia’s three biggest container ports. And, in an...

FTA Industry Fact Sheet

12 October 2018 Industry Fact Sheet- Sulphur Cap Surcharges The Background of Sulphur Control Mechanisms From 1 January 2020, all ships and vessels operating anywhere in the world will be required to use fuel which contains a maximum of 0.5 per cent m/m sulphur, as...

Australia – EU FTA talks kick off

Australia -EU FTa  talks kick off For a long time, the EU was the biggest market with which Australia didn’t have—or wasn’t negotiating—a FTA. That has just changed with Australia formally starting FTA negotiations with the EU. With two-way trade worth over $100...

Survey sees trade opportunities for Australian SMBs

Survey sees trade opportunities for Australian SMBs Thursday, 28th June 2018. International demand for Australian products present a significant opportunity for Australian small- and medium-size businesses (SMBs) to grow their business through cross-border trade over...

Upgrades to link Central West Region to Sydney networks

Upgrades to link Central West Region to Sydney networks New South Wales plans to spend $95 million in upgrading access routes from the state’s Central West into Sydney, through the Blue Mountains, the government announced earlier this week. Currently in the planning...