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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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Tradewise Global Logistics provides brokerage and International freight forwarding services. Based in Brisbane, Tradewise Global Logistics specialises in air and sea import and export services, customs clearance, quarantine clearance and related services.
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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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Bollinger Shipping Agency have been offering professional brokerage and freight services for over 60 years specialising in air and sea importing and exporting solutions.  Bollinger Shipping Agency offers a door to door service to its customers ...
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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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T H Industrial Supplies specialises in industrial sourcing services and supplies. The company, based in Cranbourne, provides import and export consultancy services for the industrial and manufacturing sector.
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We import and distribute a huge range.
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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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Japan to disclose classified data as part of submarine contract bid
Editorial
08/05/15 - ​Japan has agreed to the unprecedented sharing of classified data, as part of its bid to provide stealth submarines to Australia.
Auto manufacturers could supply to importers, says FAPMA
Editorial
23/04/15 - ​Creating parts for imported vehicles was a possibility for components manufacturers.
Chinese steel glut prompts call for stronger anti-dumping measures
Editorial
20/04/15 - ​China’s growth slowdown is prompting concerns from steelmakers such as BlueScope and Arrium of dumping.
Report finds continued lack of supply chain transparency among fashion brands in Australia
Editorial
17/04/15 - ​Only a tenth of the companies selling garments within Australia could assure their overseas suppliers were paying a living wage.
Duties on imported steel could hurt Australian businesses, says Best Bar boss
Editorial
02/03/15 - ​Interim duties on steel products requested by Arrium against allegedly dumped goods could be disastrous, the local steel company Best Bar has said.
BlueScope sees improved result, optimism from local industry
Editorial
24/02/15 - After Bluescope Steel’s improved profit result yesterday, the company’s boss expressed cautious optimism about the environment for Australian manufacturers
Holden to keep Commodore name after local manufacturing ends
Editorial
21/01/15 - General Motors has said it will keep the Commodore nameplate after Holden ceases manufacturing in Australia in 2017.
IBISWorld updates report on Australian concrete product industry
Editorial
21/01/15 - ​Industry research firm IBISWorld has updated its figures on the national concrete manufacturing sector.
Drop in iron ore, dollar, won't take pressure off Aussie steelmakers
Editorial
20/01/15 - ​Pressures on the steel industry are set to continue say analysts, despite a fall in the Australian dollar and iron ore prices.
Signs that things have turned around for Australian manufacturers: Wesbeam boss
Editorial
19/01/15 - Engineered wood products company Wesbeam has posted an improved result for the last financial year and said it believes conditions have turned around.
Low sales, free trade push new car prices down
Editorial
16/01/15 - Car makers in Australia are aggressively cutting prices in Australia as sales plummet and tariff cuts come into effect.
Australian dollar continues to dip, could hit 73 cents in June, say analysts
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05/01/15 - ​The Australian dollar fell to a five-and-a-half-year low (AEDT) this morning.

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