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Clamp Down on ‘Aussie Made’ Labels

New rules have stripped some Australian companies of their ability to include “Australian Made” on their packaging.

DAWR Backs Up Its Words with Action

DAWR Tough Stand: First Breakbulk Shipment of 5 Open Top Containers Refused Entry and Remained on the Ship – Now Bound for another Country for Offshore Treatment.

Wellcamp Airport in the News

This week a new multi-million-dollar pilot training centre was announced for Toowoomba’s Wellcamp Airport, a day after it saw its first shipment of Queensland nuts uplifted by air.

Warning on Cargo Exposed to BMSB

DAWR warns on ‘Stink Bugs’: Untreated Target High Risk Goods as Breakbulk Cargo or in Open Sided Containers will NOT be treated ONSHORE and will remain on the Vessel.

ABF Snare Illegal Weapons Imports

Home Affairs - ABF arrest a Victorian man Arrested for the illegal importation of imitation handguns, flick knives and electronic shock devices.

Typhoon Disrupts Japanese Transport

Typhoon Jebi has ripped through Japan, the most powerful storm to hit the country in 25 years, causing death and injury and wreaking havoc with the transport system.

New Air Cargo Options to the USA

Qantas has announced the start date of 1st September 2018 for its new direct Melbourne to San Francisco Dreamliner 787-9 service.

Export Air Cargo Weights to be Checked

Qantas Freight has announced their intention to check the weight of all export shipments lodged with them from Monday 27th August 2018.

DAWR Updates on Biosecurity Imports Levy

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR) last week issued a Q & A paper on the Biosecurity Imports Levy which is due to commence in 2019.

Stink Bug Procedure for 2018 Finalised

This week DAWR has finalised the measures for the 2018-19 Stink Bug risk season, for goods shipped to Australia between 1 September and 30 April.

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