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Guide to Prevent Disease in Imports

The DoA has produced a new comprehensive online field guide to better manage the threat of emergency animal diseases, such as African Swine Fever and Foot & Mouth Disease.

Port of Brisbane Sustainability Report

Port of Brisbane – Queensland’s largest multi-cargo port and the third largest in Australia – has released its annual Sustainability Report, demonstrating its progress and achievements.

Brisbane Port Freight Rail Connection

A newly released report says a dedicated freight rail connection to the Port of Brisbane could take 2.4 million of trucks off the road by 2035.

Import & Forwarding Scams

The ABF has seen an increase in scams involving importers, customs brokers, freight forwarders, warehouses and depots, shipping and transport companies.

RCEP Hoped to Improve World Trade

The RCEP is a proposed free trade agreement with 16 members, including Australia, and is the world's largest economic bloc, covering nearly half of the global economy.

Freight Cos on Board for New Airport

Ten of Australia’s major freight companies have entered memoranda of understanding (MOUs) with the new Western Sydney Airport, where construction is well underway.

Measures Taken for the New BMSB Season

Australia’s Department of Agriculture has made a few changes for the new BMSB ‘Stink Bug’ season which gets underway this week and lasts until 31 May 2020.

Drugs in Imported Garden Lamps

Two men have been arrested after more than $600,000 in street value of drugs (MDMA and Ice) found in an airfreight import of garden lamps from Germany.

Regulations on Weapons Imports

The ABF has amended the regulations covering imports of weapons - those with a lawful need to import weapons into Australia must first meet certain conditions and requirements.

New International Airfreight Agreement

Australia Post and Qantas Freight have renewed an agreement valued at over $1 billion, increasing capacity primarily to support the growing eCommerce market.

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