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Border Watch Information Campaign Launched

In addition to promoting awareness within our industry, the Department of Home Affairs has launched a nationwide Border Watch information campaign, aimed at the general public.

New Global Shipping Network Ready for Business

The alliance of Japanese shipping lines K Line, MOL and NYK Lines has been unveiled as the Ocean Network Express (ONE).

What’s more valuable? Passengers or cargo?

An article published 65 years ago this month in the USA predicted that the explosive growth of air cargo would become the bread and butter of the aviation business.

Australia Takes Canada to WTO over Wine

Australia has gone to the World Trade Organization to complain that Canada provides unfair advantage to their wine industry in contravention of the WTO rules.

China Opens World’s Largest Automated Terminal

China has begun trial operations at the Shanghai Yangshan Deep Water Port – the largest automated shipping terminal in the world.

Air Transport Powered by Bio-Fuel

Qantas has announced that it will operate the world’s first bio-fuel flight between the United States and Australia.

Largest Meth Seizure in Australia’s History

A record 1.2 tonnes of methamphetamine has been seized from a ship at the port of Geraldton and eight men have been charged as a result of a complex, multi-agency investigation.

Auckland Airport to sell stake in Nth Qld Airports

Auckland International Airport is considering its options for its quarter share in North Queensland Airports, and expects to announce its decision by February.

Expanded Access for Pig Meat Imports

DAWR has issued a notice to importers and retailers of uncooked and cooked pig meat regarding expanded access for UK products.

Stink Bugs - Increased Inspections for Goods from Italy

Three weeks ago we reported on the seasonal BMSB threat from USA and which has spread to Italy, and now DAWR have increased inspections of containerised goods from Italy.

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