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Khapra Beetle Urgent Actions

If you are importing goods to Australia you must be aware of DAWE’s latest measures due to an increase in detections of Khapra Beetle in shipping containers.

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Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders February Newsletter

Harders Advisory participates in DAWE review of bio-security risk mitigation, Australian Trusted Trader update and benefits, Terminal update, wharfage fees increase effective March 2021.

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Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders January Newsletter

Topics of our first 2021 Newsletter are: industry roundtable with DAWE, Australian Trusted Trader and Simplified Trade System, port congestions and disruptions, import container weight amendment fees and empty yard situation update.

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Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders December Newsletter

Service interruptions due to Covid. Import Cargo: BMSB and mixed goods consignments. New benefits for ATT, Andrew Crawford from Harders Advisory joins DAWE’s Cargo Consultative Committee.

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Important Shipping Updates

Supply chains affected by: critical container congestion, quarantine delays due to Khapra Beetle, delayed shipping documents and terminal handling charges.

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Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders November 2020 Newsletter

Important news for importers and exporters: trade disruptions with China, delays due to Khapra Beetle, emission standards for imports, terminal booking fees increase and Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).

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Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders October 2020 Newsletter

Australian Border Force goods compliance update; industrial action suspended, but delays and congestions persist; empty container parks crisis ongoing; additional charges for road transport due to new tollway in Sydney.

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Shipping Update

While port recovery is finally underway, national delays persist with Sydney still being up to 21 days behind schedule. The management of empty containers in Sydney remains at a crisis level.

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Important Shipping Updates

Industrial Action is resolved, ports continue to be impacted by delays. Port congestion surcharges for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane remain in place. Bookings to Sydney are suspended with various lines. While the empty container crisis continues – we are still managing our clients’ empty containers via our transport yards.

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Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders September 2020 Newsletter

Industrial action, schedule changes and congestion at ECPs cause ongoing shipping disruptions and berthing delays. Sydney bound vessels discharge containers in Melbourne. Other topics in this newsletter: China’s countervailing duty investigation into Australian wine, BMSB and Khapra Beetle measures, important changes to the inspection of imported food and import restrictions due to African Swine Fever in Germany.

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Important Shipping Update

Update 28.9. / Shipping disruptions and vessel schedule changes due to industrial action across Australia. Update 25.9. / Sydney empty container crisis. Update 22.9. / Maersk Line – no bookings for Sydney.

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Important Shipping Updates

Various disruptions are currently affecting our customers’ supply chains: vessel schedule changes, industrial action at Sydney port, shipping surcharges and the empty container crisis. Read this update for more information.

Read More

Khapra Beetle Urgent Actions

If you are importing goods to Australia you must be aware of DAWE’s latest measures due to an increase in detections of Khapra Beetle in shipping containers.

Read More
Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders February Newsletter

Harders Advisory participates in DAWE review of bio-security risk mitigation, Australian Trusted Trader update and benefits, Terminal update, wharfage fees increase effective March 2021.

Read More
Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders January Newsletter

Topics of our first 2021 Newsletter are: industry roundtable with DAWE, Australian Trusted Trader and Simplified Trade System, port congestions and disruptions, import container weight amendment fees and empty yard situation update.

Read More
Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders December Newsletter

Service interruptions due to Covid. Import Cargo: BMSB and mixed goods consignments. New benefits for ATT, Andrew Crawford from Harders Advisory joins DAWE’s Cargo Consultative Committee.

Read More

Important Shipping Updates

Supply chains affected by: critical container congestion, quarantine delays due to Khapra Beetle, delayed shipping documents and terminal handling charges.

Read More
Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders November 2020 Newsletter

Important news for importers and exporters: trade disruptions with China, delays due to Khapra Beetle, emission standards for imports, terminal booking fees increase and Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).

Read More
Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders October 2020 Newsletter

Australian Border Force goods compliance update; industrial action suspended, but delays and congestions persist; empty container parks crisis ongoing; additional charges for road transport due to new tollway in Sydney.

Read More

Shipping Update

While port recovery is finally underway, national delays persist with Sydney still being up to 21 days behind schedule. The management of empty containers in Sydney remains at a crisis level.

Read More

Important Shipping Updates

Industrial Action is resolved, ports continue to be impacted by delays. Port congestion surcharges for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane remain in place. Bookings to Sydney are suspended with various lines. While the empty container crisis continues – we are still managing our clients’ empty containers via our transport yards.

Read More
Henning Harders Logistics Newsletter October 2021

Henning Harders September 2020 Newsletter

Industrial action, schedule changes and congestion at ECPs cause ongoing shipping disruptions and berthing delays. Sydney bound vessels discharge containers in Melbourne. Other topics in this newsletter: China’s countervailing duty investigation into Australian wine, BMSB and Khapra Beetle measures, important changes to the inspection of imported food and import restrictions due to African Swine Fever in Germany.

Read More

Important Shipping Update

Update 28.9. / Shipping disruptions and vessel schedule changes due to industrial action across Australia. Update 25.9. / Sydney empty container crisis. Update 22.9. / Maersk Line – no bookings for Sydney.

Read More

Important Shipping Updates

Various disruptions are currently affecting our customers’ supply chains: vessel schedule changes, industrial action at Sydney port, shipping surcharges and the empty container crisis. Read this update for more information.

Read More

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