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    Low Sulphur In Shipping: How The IMO 2020 Regulation Impacts You [Updated]

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    Are you importing to Australia on timber pallets or using timber or bamboo dunnage? Have you thought about the compliance regulations when importin...
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    Shipping Dangerous Goods: 5 Things You Need to Know

    When shipping goods internationally it may surprise you to discover that your cargo is classed as dangerous or hazardous. For example, did you know...
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    All About Landed Costs: What Is & Why It Matters To Your Profit [+Sample]

    A landed cost is the total price of a product or shipment once it has arrived at your doorstep. The landed cost considers the original price of the...
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The Stink Bug Season is nearly ended (31 May 2020)!

If you are importing goods that fit within the category subject to the BMSB measures, you’ll need to either have your goods treated upon arrival (six-sided sealed containers only) or present a BMSB Treatment Certificate to customs authorities to demonstrate the goods have been treated at origin (Mandatory for open top containers or breakbulk cargo). wp.me/p9NN8U-Po
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The Stink Bug Season is nearly ended (31 May 2020)!

If you are importing goods that fit within the category subject to the BMSB measures, you’ll need to either have your goods treated upon arrival (six-sided sealed containers only) or present a BMSB Treatment Certificate to customs authorities to demonstrate the goods have been treated at origin (Mandatory for open top containers or breakbulk cargo). https://wp.me/p9NN8U-Po
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