Detention, demurrage, storage, duties and inspections. These are all charges that can make a difference when planning your shipping costs. Here is what every importer and exporter should be aware of: wp.me/p9NN8U-g7... See MoreSee Less
If you have been importing from China after the Agreement was signed in 2015 but have not been benefiting from features such as reduced tariffs, you may be entitled to the benefit of a duty refund. Find out more: wp.me/p9NN8U-Kt... See MoreSee Less
Further to the news about the 40 containers lost overboard in NSW coast on Sunday 24th: the APL England has now been escorted to the Port of Brisbane, where Australian officials will investigate an at-sea incident in which nearly 75 other containers were damaged.
As of 1 July 2020 The Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme (AICIS) will replace NICNAS as the new national regulator of the importation and manufacture of industrial chemicals in Australia. If you import or manufacture industrial chemicals into Australia for commercial purposes you must register your business with AICIS and pay a fee as well as categorise each chemical importation or manufacture.
The ban on the use of new animal test data for ingredients solely used in cosmetics will also begin on 1 July 2020. ... See MoreSee Less
If you’re looking to import with a freight forwarder such as ICE, the first step you’ll need to take is to send us your Customs Clearance Authority (CCA). Similar to a Power of Attorney, a CCA is a document needed to legally complete customs clearance on your behalf. ... See MoreSee Less