This newsletter covers 4 important topics for importers to Australia:
1. 20-21 BMSB season, target risk countries
2. Duty concession for medical products
3. Import duty deferral
4. Covid-19 notification requirements
Anti Dumping Investigations, new Stink Bug Target Countries, Port Fees and the Indonesia-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement are some of the topics in this Newsletter. As an Australian importer or exporter you should be aware of such details, as they affect your bottom line and the efficient clearance of your goods.
We provide regular updates on the latest developments and service disruptions – so you can respond accordingly and minimise the effects of Covid-19 on your supply chain and your business.
Latest update: 03.06.2020.
This month's Supply Chain Newsletter comes with an important APL England update for our clients, news on the DoA Biosecurity Import Levy and important information for importers of prawns and prawn products.
Our April Newsletter provides updates on the duty free import of certain goods in response to Covid-19, on the Extension of the Origin Benefit Waiver for ATT Importers, and a BMSB end-of-season update.
If you are importing goods to Australia you should also be aware of two ATO and ABF schemes, which can help ease your cashflow burden.
Due to unusual activity on our systems we have engaged cyber security experts and commenced a thorough investigation of our IT systems. All our customers have been contacted and operations continue as normal. Latest Update: 09.04.2020
This Newsletter provides important information about the import of hand sanitisers and personal protective equipment to Australia, current investigations by the Anti Dumping Commission, new DP World infrastructure fees and a Covid-19 update.
Our February Newsletter is packed with relevant information for Australian importers and exporters: Food Classification, Asbestos due diligence, Australian Border Force update, Department of Agriculture inspections and more.
Our first newsletter of 2020 provides essential updates for Importers and Exporters: Disruptions due to Coronavirus, Suspension of BMSB fumigation providers, Hong Kong and Peru FTAs, ABF Compliance and Incoterms 2020.
This newsletter has important information for food importers. For a number of reasons, food imports into Australia are currently subject to extended delays. For faster import clearance, Harders Advisory can assist with implementing the DoA’s Food Import Compliance Agreement (FICA).
An Australian Government safeguarding arrangement scheme is now open to industry. With recognised safeguarding systems in place, your business could benefit from reduced bio-security risks and faster customs clearance during the BMSB 2019/20 season.
This Newsletter provides timely shipping updates and covers an investigation of the Anti Dumping Commission regarding the import of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) from the US. BMSB (Brown Marmorated Stink Bug) measures now apply to 32 countries and will take effect from September 1. If you are importing goods into Australia, you should read the details here.
Updated news this morning (2.8.2019) indicates that executives from the CFMMEU (Construction Forestry Maritime Mining Energy Union) have withdrawn industrial action planned for next week at all four DP World terminals.
If you are importing goods from China, you should be aware of the blank sailings for certain trade lanes from Asia to Australia. Henning Harders can assist with your planning and avoid delays with bookings. This Newsletter also covers Origin Waiver Benefits for Trusted Trader Importers and updated Customs Tariffs for Craft Beer.
The DAWR has advised us that import permits can face delays of up to 14 weeks. DAWR has also increased the number of BMSB (Brown Marmorated Stink Bug) target risk countries from 10 to 32.
This is crucial information for Australian Importers. Read more to see if your business is affected.
This Logistics Newsletter provides you with timely information about shipping capacities to and from North-East Asia, Importers' and Exporters' responsibilities re. correct loading of Shipping Containers.
Our April Newsletter provides timely, important information for importers and exporters: biosecurity levy, border permits, aluminium imports, container detention, delays caused by industrial action, etc.
Our February Newsletter provides highly relevant information for importers: latest Australian Customs, DAWR and Border Force rulings. Other “must know” news for importers and exporters include: TTP agreement, Vitamins classification, and Chinese New Year shipping update.
Our first Newsletter of the new year covers important trade and shipping information and timely customs updates. As mentioned in last year’s newsletter, 2019 will be a catalyst for changes in relation to sea freight rates where fuel or Bunker is levied.
Over the past decade, the Christmas and New Year period has proven to be just as busy as any other time of the year and with Chinese New Year in early February importers and exporters need to be aware of pending space difficulties.
Important information for importers and exporters to and from New Zealand. Due to an unfortunate accident, operations at the Port of Auckland (POAL) have come to a temporary halt. The terminal is currently experiencing major congestions and disruptions.
As many of you would have experienced at the petrol stations over the last month, the price of fuel has considerably increased.
This increase has also greatly impacted the operating environment for the container shipping lines. Fuel prices are up more than 30 percent from the beginning of the year and close to 70 percent since this time last year.
Great ‘behind the scenes’ work by the Henning Harders Export Team who managed the full door-to-door art logistics for this major event. The artwork was collected directly from the Yaama Ganu Gallery in Moree, regional NSW,
In this Sydney Morning Herald and The Age feature interview, Christian Harders explains why importers benefit from having their supply chain managed by an Australian logistics company rather than an overseas entity. "Overseas suppliers usually have their focus elsewhere …"
Our company values are the standard against which we weigh our actions and they serve as the foundation on which we pursue our company vision: to “Provide the best personalised international supply chain”.
Henning Harders’ successful connection with the beverages industry goes back decades, and we are proud to be a the main sponsor of this year's Asia-Pacific conference. This is a great opportunity for us to stay on top of latest brewing trends and testament of our ongoing commitment to the beverages industry.
For many years, Henning Harders Australia has been supporting the charity Hope for Orphans & Vulnerable Children (HOVC) who cares for disadvantaged children and families in Kisoro, Uganda. Each year, a member of staff is given the opportunity to travel to Kisoro District in the South-West corner of Uganda.
TradeLine Consulting Group, Western Australia joins forces with Henning Harders (Australia) Pty Ltd. Henning Harders TradeLine Pty Ltd has a strong competence and expertise in logistics for the mining, oil and gas industries.
Henning Harders (Australia) Pty. Ltd. was founded in early 1987 as an International Forwarding Agent and Licensed Custom Broker. Our success over the years can be attributed to a dedication to the specific needs and requirements of our customers and our commitment to continuous service improvement. > Read more