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ABF to Collaborate with the Digital Transformation Office

With the Australian Border Force (ABF) having outlined their goals for the coming four years, they have announced they will work with DTO to improve processes for businesses doing international trade.

Kick Starting an Indonesian Trade Agreement

Trade Minister Steven Ciobo has set an ambitious target to secure a comprehensive trade deal with neighbouring Indonesia by next year, during his visit to Jakarta this week.

Autonomous Parcel Delivery is Launched

Starship Technologies have begun real-life trials of small driver-less, robotic parcel delivery vehicles in the UK, Germany and Switzerland.

Australia Signs Agreements to Streamline Trade

Australia signed its first Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) with New Zealand at the World Customs Organization’s Council sessions in Brussels on Friday, 15 July.

China Expresses Pessimism about Global Trade

At a two-day meeting of G20 trade ministers in Shanghai last weekend, China voiced concern about slowed international trade figures.

New Thai Consulate in Brisbane to Boost Trade

Thailand has joined a group of only six other countries to open a full consulate in Brisbane, following a doubling of trade since the Free Trade Agreement was signed a decade ago.

Inadequate Packing Continues to Invalidate Claims

The decision of a German court to absolve a shipping line from responsibility for damaged cargo reminds shippers of the need to ensure that packaging is adequate for transport.

How Britain’s Exit from EU could affect Cargo Carriers

The EU and the UK are faced with the challenge of establishing a new relationship following the Brexit result, and the world’s principal freight associations predict a long period of uncertainty.

‘Australian Trusted Trader’ Launch Imminent

There are less than 2 weeks to go before the Australian Trusted Trader program officially opens to all Australian international businesses. It is free and voluntary.

Warning on Asbestos in Imported Goods

Following a new report from ASEA about asbestos in imported car parts, DIBP has again urged importers to ensure they are aware of the restrictions on products containing asbestos.

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