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    Packing Declaration: Definition And Template For Australian Customs

    Packing declarations are mandatory documents for importers shipping into Australia. Packing declarations are only necessary for sea freight shipmen...
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    Importing from China to Australia: Customs, Tariffs and Regulations Explained

    Before importing to and exporting from China, it is important to know what regulations and customs tariffs apply to your shipment. Without taking t...
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    Why Australian Goods Are Well Sought-After: Behind Our Exports High Demand

    Goods made locally in Australia consistently enjoy popular international demand. In 2019, Australia exported around US$272.4 billion worth of goods...
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    Asbestos Declaration: The Complete Guide [With Template]

    An Asbestos Declaration is a vital document in shipping that helps customs authorities and the Australian Border Force determine if the goods you a...
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    Power of Attorney in Shipping: Quick Guide for Importers and Exporters

    In general terms, a Power of Attorney is a legal document that transfers certain powers from one person to another person. Powers of Attorneys are ...
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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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