Freight and Logistics Blog
If your imported goods are not currently enjoying a free rate of duty by utilising free trade then the tariff concession system (TCS) could be
Interesting article written by Michael J. Coren from Quartz, April 20 2017: Software may be eating the world, but some industries have been off the
MILLIONS of Dollars in Commonwealth revenue is being lost due to holes in import regulations and compliance audit follow-ups in the world of international shipping.
The Federal Government has approved the $400 million funding to start work on Stage 1 of the Mackay Ring Road project in Queensland. Federal Minister
Research has been released that suggests climate transition pathways pose risks to the banks that hold $400 billion of global shipping debt (Carbon War Room
According to a recent study, New Zealand tops the Australian export trade list, with 56 per cent of local exporters conducting business with NZ over
The global logistics market is forecasted to reach US$12,256 billion ($16,063 billion) by 2022 (Logistics Magazine, 2017). ‘Logistics – Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast,
It was a day like any other day, except it turned into a crisis like no other. A crisis that had impacted numerous countries, businesses
According to MHD (Transport Intelligence Report, 2017, 47(2), pg6), 2016 has been the weakest year for the global economy since the Great Recession of 2008-09.
Fifteen years after China’s ascension to the WTO, China is now clearly integrated into the global economy, first as a result of goods flow, and
What is Solas? SOLAS stands for “International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea”. Although it has already been in existence since 1914, in
I have recently wrapped up several assignments with some very Iconic Australian companies.I have analyzed copious amounts of data and at the end of the