This is an opportunity to advise all our customers in accordance with recent government statements, freight, logistics and the necessary ongoing supply chain within Australia remain uninterrupted during this challenging period.
Despite measures of control which have impacted other industry bodies, the essential requirement of commercial g...
As all of you are aware by now, the situation and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 has created unprecedented change.
The imminent development of this global challenge means that we are facing ongoing logistical disruptions.
The reduced capacity and movement of cargo, whether by AIR or SEA, is now beginning to unfold.
Aircraft and ...
As factories return to work around China, trucking services are still being heavily impacted.
The drivers that have returned from their homes towns are required to isolate for 14 days while others have still not yet returned resulting in a shortage of drivers.
Certain areas have further local requirements and restrictions i...
Infrastructure Magazine has shared the exciting news that the Port of Newcastle is paving the way for port sustainability in Australia.
"EcoPorts, the global standard for environmental sustainability in the ports sector, has officially certified an Australian port for the first time.
Port of Newcastle has become ...
The Global health crisis of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) will have a significant impact on the global supply chain.
While it is impossible to predict the full impact on the supply chain until the end of the extended Lunar New Year holiday when trade resumes, we have listed key information below.
Supply & Product...