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Nationwide Industrial Action at DP World Terminals

In protest to the alleged review of certain company agreements, some DP World employees have announced a nationwide strike. The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) has reported that automation, outsourcing and cuts to income protection insurance are amongst some of the...

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Australian Customs Notices (ACN)

Did you know that Australian Border Force (ABF), formerly known as the Australian Customs Service, publishes Australian Customs Notices (ACN) to help regularly inform business and industry participants of any upcoming changes and developments? Whilst some of the...

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Purchased Goods Online and Parcel Post Delivery

Have you purchased goods online recently and wondered why you received a notice from the Department of Home Affairs advising that your parcel had been held? Are you confused about what to do next? Does the system seem complex and difficult to understand? That’s...

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Origin Waiver for Australian Trusted Traders

The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has recently published a notice informing importers and business industry participants that as of June 28th, registered Australian Trusted Traders will no longer be required to obtain or present origin certification documents, such...

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Need some help? I’d love to hear from you!

It took years of experience and education to gain my qualifications as a licensed Customs Broker. Not only do I need to make sure that your goods are compliant with several regulatory government departments, but I also need to ensure that you as an importer are as...

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New Fumigation Regulations in China

To our valued customers, please note a recent message from our agents in China.   “Please note, for all shipments exported from Shenzhen ports (i.e. YANTIAN/SHEKOU) which require fumigation, all containers must be fumigated at the fumigation site and are...

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Why Our Borders Matter!

Importing goods from overseas may seem like a costly, complicated and stressful process, especially in terms of compliance. Bringing goods into the country requires risk assessment, especially if those goods have never been imported before. Between Australian Border...

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