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Supply Chain News - Boring Machine to start building Metro Tunnels

The works for the new Metro Tunnel in Victoria continues this month as the new Boring Machines were being transported to start building the underground tunnels.

Ocean Freight News - OOCL Rate Restoration - September 2019

OOCL will implement Rate Restoration for routes between Australia and Korea, China, Taiwan and HongKong effective September 2019.

The 5 Retail Exhibitions You Want to Attend in 2019

Whether you are a global retailer or starting out on your retail journey, trade fairs or retail exhibitions are a great way to meet new suppliers, learn about new products within your industry,[...]

Ocean Freight News - NE Asia General Rate Increase & Bangladesh Heavyweight Charge - July 2019

OOCL will implement an Overweight Charge (OWC) for routes between AU/NZ and Bangladesh; Vanguard to implement a General Rate Increase (GRI) for NE Asia routes.

Australian Dollar Could Be Greatly Affected due to Trump's Trade War - Supply Chain News

A full-blown trade war between China and the United States has not yet broken out and may yet be avoided but there is a whiff of grapeshot in the air. For markets, such an atmosphere does not lend[...]

Australian Freight & Logistics Industry Experts Weigh in on Federal Election Result

Peak industry bodies from across the infrastructure sector have congratulated the Federal Coalition Government on its election victory, before laying down the priorities and issues to be addressed[...]

Trump's Trade War with China Will Affect 23% Consumer Goods

The U.S. increased tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods to 25% from 10% Friday, following three rounds of tariffs last year. They account for roughly 50% of all Chinese exports to the U.S. on[...]

Supply Chain News - Artificial intelligence gets political backing in Australia

Just weeks after launching its new $33 million Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute (A²I²), Deakin University has welcomed funding commitments from State and Federal Labor to establish a[...]

Surveys Reveal Australian Businesses Still Rely on China Despite new Indonesia Trade Deal | Whale Logistics Australia

Australian businesses are simultaneously becoming more dependent on China and traditional Anglo markets just when the country’s foreign policy thrust is to diversify links to major emerging[...]

International Furniture Expo to boost Indonesia-Australia Exports | Whale Logistics Australia

The Indonesian Furniture and Craft Association (HIMKI) expects to boost furniture and wooden craft exports from US$2.5 billion in 2018 to $2.9 billion this year through its annual four-day[...]