Thursday 19th Jul, 2018
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Is it time for a public inquiry into port practices?

The United States leads the way in a public review of port practices, writes TRAVIS BROOKS-GARRETT

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Tribunal decision on Customs tariff classification

By Russell Wiese, Partner Hunt & Hunt Lawyers Hunt & Hunt Lawyers provide the following commentary whereby the Administrative Appeals…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: DAWR review of approved arrangement fees

FREIGHT & Trade Alliance (FTA) sees significant merit in “approved arrangements” and is actively working with the Department of Agriculture and…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Urgent resolution is required to salvage our international trade

THE infamous 1998 Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) industrial action was isolated to Patrick. That was bad enough. Nearly 20…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Customs infringement notices – Are penalties too high?

Russell Wiese* AN INFRINGEMENT notice is meant to be a lighter penalty than if the matter was prosecuted and a…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Shipping line sets a benchmark in container detention policy

MAERSK Line are issuing extra import and export container demurrage and detention free days in recognition of the limited working hours…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Co-design is required to manage border controls and to facilitate legitimate trade

FURTHER to our commentary published by Daily Cargo News titled “It’s time to reform border holds”, Freight & Trade Alliance…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Cargo Reporting compliance

FREIGHT & Trade Alliance (FTA) is currently preparing a “Discussion Paper” examining potential solutions to address compliance in the timeliness of…
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