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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Peak Season Surcharge Europe to Australia Effective 12th July 2016

Peak Season Surcharge

NOTICE TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS

PEAK SEASON SURCHARGE (PSS) FROM EUROPE TO AUSTRALIA

   The Shipping Lines operating Europe to Australia Trade have announced plans to implement a Peak Season Surcharge to the market effective 12th July  2016.

The Increase amount has been advertised as USD 150  Per 20′ and USD 300 Per 40′ .

LCL – US$10.00 per W/M or Minimum

We will continue to monitor the situation and advise further once the quantum of the increase is finalised

 

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BAF Updates 09/07/2016 NEA to Australia

 

The regular review of bunker costs has been completed and there are changes to the Bunker Surcharge applied based on shipment laden on-board date, which are reflected in the table below.

Australia to and from North & East Asia

Area

Direction

20′

40′

Effective Date

China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, & Taiwan Imports US$ 150 US$ 300 18.06.2016
China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, & Taiwan Imports US$ 175 US$ 350 09.07.2016
Australia to and from South East Asia
Area Direction 20′ 40′ Effective Date
Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore Imports US$30 US$ 60 18.02.2016
India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka Imports US$290 US$ 580 18.02.2016

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact your customer broker at CEO.

BAF UPDATES 09.07.2016 NEA TO AUSTRALIA

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Biosecurity Import Conditions System BICON

Please note there have been some significant changes to the importation of goods to Australia, attached you will find new information regarding the new laws coming into effect 16/6/16.

All conditionally non-prohibited goods entering Australia must meet specified import conditions and requirements as detailed in the department’s online Biosecurity Import Conditions system BICON. This may include the requirement for an import permit.

With the commencement of the new Biosecurity Act 2015 on 16 June 2016, importers are reminded of the need for an import permit prior to the arrival of goods in Australia. If you intend to import goods into Australia you must comply with the new legislation.   Importers who land goods without a permit will be required to provide information to the department to enable a biosecurity risk assessment to be undertaken. Where possible, the department will manage the biosecurity risk by reviewing documentation such as competent authority certification (e.g. phytosanitary certificates or veterinary certificates), manufacturer’s statements, by treating the goods or other risk mitigation measures.

These requirements will align with the usual import conditions that apply to that particular class of goods.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact your customer broker at CEO.

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Asbestos Prohibited & Fines Apply

Please find attached a reminder that the importation of Asbestos or items containing Asbestos is prohibited.

Please ensure that you check with the shipper to ensure that items that you are importing are Asbestos free, items as such as brake pads may be subject to inspections and testing.

ASBESTOS PROHIBITED & FINES APPLY

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