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A freight forwarder advises clients on how to move goods most efficiently from one destination to another. FreightCare's extensive knowledge of documentation requirements, regulations, transportation costs and banking practices can ease the exporting ...
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Allworld Logistics specialise in International Freight Fowarding, providing services such as import and export airfreight and seafreight as well as custom clearance, cartage, storage and distribution.
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Save money and time with Scotch Paper pallet. No fumigation needed. Hold up to 3 tons. 100% recyclable. Safe for workers. Hygienic.
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Freight forwarding servives
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Warehousing and distribution.
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Excess baggage, student baggage
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SIS International are traders, continuously looking for new products and agencies to import and export. We currently specialise in the Ecosmart Fire range, NEFAB Packaging Solutions and Winchester Industrial Equipment.
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Total supply chain management with integrated express logistics, warehousing and freight solutions.
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Independent advisers source most cost effective supply solution
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We import and distribute a huge range.
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Business systems software, consultancy and software development on the Microsoft Dynamics AX platform, for the Homebuilding, Import, Wholesale & Distribution industries.
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Export Management, Import Management, Product Sourcing, Agent, Representative
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Final wording of China-Australia Free Trade Agreement to be known soon
Editorial
22/05/15 - ​The full details of the Chinese-Australian Free Trade Agreement are expected to be released before the end of June.
GM to quit car making in Indonesia due to poor sales, difficult logistics
Editorial
27/02/15 - General Motors has announced that it will end car manufacturing in Indonesia after poor sales of its Spin vehicle.
Caltex shuts down refinery process units, moves to export
Supplier news
28/11/14 - Caltex has shut down the last of its fuel refinery process units, and started operation of the site as a fuel import terminal.
Beyond the FTA: China still tough for Aussie companies to crack
Editorial
20/11/14 - During the APEC meeting in Beijing, President Xi Jinping announced China will spend US$10 trillion on imports over the next five years.
China FTA could 'hollow out' Australia's manufacturing capacity: unions
Editorial
18/11/14 - ​The ACTU, AMWU and other union bodies have said the China FTA, signed yesterday, could be potentially devastating for local manufacturers.
China FTA treated with skepticism by industry
Editorial
17/11/14 - ​The free trade agreement with China – expected to be signed this afternoon – is the subject of “mixed feelings” for the industry.
Trade deal with China? Yes, but...
Editorial
03/11/14 - The FTA with China has been under negotiation for 10 years.
Australia’s trade negotiating strategy fundamentally flawed
Editorial
27/10/14 - Students of international relations are often introduced to the problems involved in sustaining international cooperation...
Survey shows concern from industry around China FTA
Editorial
27/10/14 - ​There is some concern among local manufacturers about a Free Trade Agreement with China, ​which could be signed at the G20 meeting next month.
Defence minister requests help from Japanese on submarines
Editorial
17/10/14 - ​Defence minister David Johnston has met with Japan’s defence minister, formally requesting the country’s cooperation in a deal on submarine technology.
Korean free trade deal would be a boon for beef industry: government
Editorial
01/08/14 - ​Parliamentary hearings continued this week into the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA).
Car manufacturing "completely defeated" by cheap, fuel-efficient imports
Editorial
07/07/14 - ​​Market research firm IBISWorld has updated its Motor Vehicle Manufacturing in Australia report.

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