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Henning Harders January 2020 Newsletter

Our first newsletter of 2020 provides essential updates for Importers and Exporters: Disruptions due to Coronavirus, Suspension of BMSB fumigation providers, Hong Kong and Peru FTAs, ABF Compliance and Incoterms 2020.

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Henning Harders December 2019 Newsletter

This newsletter has important information for food importers. For a number of reasons, food imports into Australia are currently subject to extended delays. For faster import clearance, Harders Advisory can assist with implementing the DoA’s Food Import Compliance Agreement (FICA).

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Stink Bug (BMSB) Safeguarding Arrangements

An Australian Government safeguarding arrangement scheme is now open to industry. With recognised safeguarding systems in place, your business could benefit from reduced bio-security risks and faster customs clearance during the BMSB 2019/20 season.

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Henning Harders Brochure

For us it’s all about in-depth knowledge and personal customer care. Find out what sets us apart from other logistics providers and how we help importers and exporters improve their bottom line.

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Henning Harders August 2019 Newsletter

This Newsletter provides timely shipping updates and covers an investigation of the Anti Dumping Commission regarding the import of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) from the US. BMSB (Brown Marmorated Stink Bug) measures now apply to 32 countries and will take effect from September 1. If you are importing goods into Australia, you should read the details here.

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Breaking News. Industrial Action Update

Updated news this morning (2.8.2019) indicates that executives from the CFMMEU (Construction Forestry Maritime Mining Energy Union) have withdrawn industrial action planned for next week at all four DP World terminals.

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Terminal Disruptions Update

The Maritime Union of Australia has confirmed ongoing Protected Industrial Action. A 48 hour stoppage will commence in Sydney from Thursday 18th July. See here if your shipment is affected.

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Henning Harders July 2019 Newsletter

If you are importing goods from China, you should be aware of the blank sailings for certain trade lanes from Asia to Australia. Henning Harders can assist with your planning and avoid delays with bookings. This Newsletter also covers Origin Waiver Benefits for Trusted Trader Importers and updated Customs Tariffs for Craft Beer.

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Henning Harders June 2019 Newsletter

The DAWR has advised us that import permits can face delays of up to 14 weeks. DAWR has also increased the number of BMSB (Brown Marmorated Stink Bug) target risk countries from 10 to 32. This is crucial information for Australian Importers. Read more to see if your business is affected.

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Henning Harders May 2019 Newsletter

This Logistics Newsletter provides you with timely information about shipping capacities to and from North-East Asia, Importers’ and Exporters’ responsibilities re. correct loading of Shipping Containers.

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Henning Harders January 2020 Newsletter

Our first newsletter of 2020 provides essential updates for Importers and Exporters: Disruptions due to Coronavirus, Suspension of BMSB fumigation providers, Hong Kong and Peru FTAs, ABF Compliance and Incoterms 2020.

Read More

Henning Harders December 2019 Newsletter

This newsletter has important information for food importers. For a number of reasons, food imports into Australia are currently subject to extended delays. For faster import clearance, Harders Advisory can assist with implementing the DoA’s Food Import Compliance Agreement (FICA).

Read More

Stink Bug (BMSB) Safeguarding Arrangements

An Australian Government safeguarding arrangement scheme is now open to industry. With recognised safeguarding systems in place, your business could benefit from reduced bio-security risks and faster customs clearance during the BMSB 2019/20 season.

Read More

Henning Harders Brochure

For us it’s all about in-depth knowledge and personal customer care. Find out what sets us apart from other logistics providers and how we help importers and exporters improve their bottom line.

Read More

Henning Harders August 2019 Newsletter

This Newsletter provides timely shipping updates and covers an investigation of the Anti Dumping Commission regarding the import of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) from the US. BMSB (Brown Marmorated Stink Bug) measures now apply to 32 countries and will take effect from September 1. If you are importing goods into Australia, you should read the details here.

Read More

Breaking News. Industrial Action Update

Updated news this morning (2.8.2019) indicates that executives from the CFMMEU (Construction Forestry Maritime Mining Energy Union) have withdrawn industrial action planned for next week at all four DP World terminals.

Read More

Terminal Disruptions Update

The Maritime Union of Australia has confirmed ongoing Protected Industrial Action. A 48 hour stoppage will commence in Sydney from Thursday 18th July. See here if your shipment is affected.

Read More

Henning Harders July 2019 Newsletter

If you are importing goods from China, you should be aware of the blank sailings for certain trade lanes from Asia to Australia. Henning Harders can assist with your planning and avoid delays with bookings. This Newsletter also covers Origin Waiver Benefits for Trusted Trader Importers and updated Customs Tariffs for Craft Beer.

Read More

Henning Harders June 2019 Newsletter

The DAWR has advised us that import permits can face delays of up to 14 weeks. DAWR has also increased the number of BMSB (Brown Marmorated Stink Bug) target risk countries from 10 to 32. This is crucial information for Australian Importers. Read more to see if your business is affected.

Read More

Henning Harders May 2019 Newsletter

This Logistics Newsletter provides you with timely information about shipping capacities to and from North-East Asia, Importers’ and Exporters’ responsibilities re. correct loading of Shipping Containers.

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