Customs Broker Licences
The Customs Act 1901 (Customs Act) provides that only the owner of goods or a customs broker licenced by the Comptroller-General of Customs for the Department of Home Affairs (the
Repacking or Consolidating: Procedures
Repacking and consolidating transshipped containerised sea cargo into a new container while the goods are under customs control. You can also consolidate transshipped goods that ar
Transshipment: The Movement Of Goods
Transshipment , the movement of goods from an importing ship or aircraft to another ship or aircraft for shipment overseas. Duties and taxes are not payable on transshipped goods.
Decarbonisation Of The Australian Maritime Industry
Wednesday, Maritime Industry Australia hosted its first maritime decarbonisation summit in Melbourne. A statement from the organisation said this is the first of a series of events
Can The Shipping Industry Reduce Their Carbon Footprint?
Can The Shipping Industry Reduce Their Carbon Footprint? As the world grows more aware of the implications of burning fossil fuel there’s an ever increasing pressure on the shipp
Adapt and Overcome: The Future of Shipping
Are changes permanent? Essentially, no. Companies are thrown various obstacles, either from internal or external sources with they have to adapt and overcome to make their business
Shippers Are Tearing up the Playbook
As the international logistics system was stripped of any reputation for reliability over the past two and half years, the prevailing view has been that shippers are tearing up the