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At ICE we are not often asked to charter five separate Boeing 777s, each carrying 100,000kgs of cargo, and fly 1500 pallets from France to Australia and New Zealand.

But that is exactly what we did for Royal Canin who were facing stock shortages and a strain on orders. ICE took total charge and control of the job – from planning, to implementation, to delivery.

The stock was collected from a warehouse 2.5 hours north-east of Paris; ULD’s were built at Charles De Gaulle Airport and were repacked at short notice against strict timelines. The documentation was extensive. ICE worked closely with both French and Australian authorities to ensure all permits for customs and quarantine were correct; as well as ensuring all declarations and invoices were compliant…

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When ICE were contacted by a major client who were building a gas processing plant for the Northern Territory Government, we knew it would be a significant challenge.

The construction project was remote, and ICE were tasked with importing over 3,000 cubic metres (650,000kgs) of components for the plant.

That’s a volume bigger than an Olympic swimming pool and the weight of over 120 fully grown African elephants.

Components were large (one over 35m in length and weighing 125,000kgs), components were small and…

What Others Are Saying About International Cargo Express

Managed goods end to end

Due to critical stock levels we needed a fast solution to urgently meet growing client demand. Presented with this challenge, ICE quickly identified appropriate freighter services and proactively managed the movement of goods end to end.

Eddie Liaw - Supply Chain Director

ICE offered flexibility

ICE offered flexibility, high levels of communication and attention to detail during our pick, pack and delivery project. With their professional support we were able to meet the demands of our supply chain knowing our freight was in safe hands.

Tony Kealy - National Distribution Manager

Without exception and on time

Since having International Cargo Express handle my ocean freight , I have had my bookings and equipment available without exception and on time. Communication between ICE and my supplier is very good and I receive information via my shipper before my supplier.

Michael Caiacob - Purchasing and Supply Officer

  • Managed goods end to end

    Due to critical stock levels we needed a fast solution to urgently meet growing client demand. Presented with this challenge, ICE quickly identified appropriate freighter services and proactively managed the movement of goods end to end.

    Eddie Liaw - Supply Chain Director

  • ICE offered flexibility

    ICE offered flexibility, high levels of communication and attention to detail during our pick, pack and delivery project. With their professional support we were able to meet the demands of our supply chain knowing our freight was in safe hands.

    Tony Kealy - National Distribution Manager

  • Without exception and on time

    Since having International Cargo Express handle my ocean freight , I have had my bookings and equipment available without exception and on time. Communication between ICE and my supplier is very good and I receive information via my shipper before my supplier.

    Michael Caiacob - Purchasing and Supply Officer

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A few key considerations:

1. Air freight is much faster, but generally more expensive than sea freight
2. Both are reliable modes of transport, but both can encounter unexpected delays
3. Sea freight is typically more environmentally friendly than air freight
4. Sea freight is more suitable for a heavier load capacity than air freight

Read all you need to know about choosing the right freight method here: bit.ly/2HAJWRI
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A few key considerations:

1. Air freight is much faster, but generally more expensive than sea freight
2. Both are reliable modes of transport, but both can encounter unexpected delays
3. Sea freight is typically more environmentally friendly than air freight
4. Sea freight is more suitable for a heavier load capacity than air freight 

Read all you need to know about choosing the right freight method here: http://bit.ly/2HAJWRI

Video: How the container has changed the world we live in.
Watch in full here: bit.ly/38K6gnQ
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A great office scape. Our two female team members had the opportunity to visit the modern Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd on the last Women and Logistics networking event.

The cornerstone of the Queensland economy, the port is one of Australia’s fastest growing container ports and the state’s largest multi-cargo port. Over the next five years, an approximate $500 million investment is forecasted for infrastructure works. The positive effects of all efforts put into modernisation did not go unnoticed during the visit.
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Panoramic view from the top of the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd 📸 ... See MoreSee Less

Panoramic view from the top of the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd  📸

We’ve put together a ‘first shipment checklist’ for your import. It will act as your starter pack so you know exactly what information to provide your freight forwarder. Access for free here: www.icecargo.com.au/first-shipment-checklist/ ... See MoreSee Less

We’ve put together a ‘first shipment checklist’ for your import. It will act as your starter pack so you know exactly what information to provide your freight forwarder. Access for free here: https://www.icecargo.com.au/first-shipment-checklist/
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