Last Friday, our team at Whale Logistics attended the NSW Business Chamber Gala event, and brought home not one, but two awards, for regional Sydney Metro.
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[...]
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[...]
Our fourth birthday just passed and we can't be more excited to show some of the achievements we have had as well as some photos from our amazing social event celebrating our anniversary.
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[...]
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[...]
Australia signs a new agreement covering $18.8 billion in free trade with Hong Kong on Tuesday 2 April, as Labor prepares to officially back the Australia-Indonesia free trade deal if it wins[...]
High-quality, comprehensive free trade agreements (FTAs) can play an important role in supporting global trade liberalisation. Australian FTAs currently span across 11 nations, with 7 currently in[...]
Australian businesses may need to migrate their sourcing efforts from China to elsewhere, as Trump's tariffs show no signs of slowing down, according to IBISWorld Industry Insider.