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Check out our news section for interesting articles on, the latest industry developments, regular updates on Customs and Quarantine regulations Free Trade Agreements and MYC International Logistics services.

2020-21 Seasonal measures for Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB)

August 27, 2020

The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment has released an update to the seasonal measures to manage the risk of BMSB arriving in Australia during the 2020–21 BMSB risk season. The seasonal measures will apply to certain goods manufactured in, or shipped from target risk countries, and/or vessels that berth at, load or tranship … Continue reading 2020-21 Seasonal measures for Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB)

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Maritime Pollution Targeted as Sulphur Content Limits Reduced

September 13, 2019

IMO regulates sulphur content in fuel oil to less than 0.5% from January 2020. PERTH WA, 10 September 2019:  Today MYC Logistics shares news of maritime fuel changes which will have a positive impact on the environment. The shipping industry is striving to be at the forefront of innovation and technology, but this type of … Continue reading Maritime Pollution Targeted as Sulphur Content Limits Reduced

MYC International Logistics Approved as an Australian Trusted Trader

September 11, 2019

PERTH WA, 10 September 2019: Today, MYCARGO International Logistics PTY LTD announced their accreditation as an Australian Trusted Trader (ATT). The ongoing programme is a partnership between the Australian Border Force and selected Australian businesses. The government department only awards this highly sought after collaboration with logistics companies who meet their strict requirements in facilitating … Continue reading MYC International Logistics Approved as an Australian Trusted Trader

Transport Operators Concerned by Stevedore Changes

August 30, 2019

There has recently been an increase in the number of transport operators that have been in contact with the Container Transport Alliance Australia (CTAA). The main concern is the terminal access conditions which have been brought on by container stevedore companies. A large number of the freight containers which come through city ports is through … Continue reading Transport Operators Concerned by Stevedore Changes

EX CHINA TO AUSTRALIA TRADE

August 13, 2019

Due to Typhoon Lekima last weekend, shipping lines have omitted ports as well as blank sailings. Space for the remainder of August and all of September will be extremely tight. Possible 2 week delays are being advised by the Shipping lines and they expect space for this trade lane to be tight up to Chinese … Continue reading EX CHINA TO AUSTRALIA TRADE

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