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A Multi-Nation Free Trade Agreement

Australia is 1 of 15 countries that have just signed up for the RCEP, which covers nearly 60% of Australia’s trade.  It has taken 8 years to get to this point. Signatories include many major trading partner countries, such as Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, and China. It will be interesting to see how China/Australia trade relationships

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New Melbourne Warehouse & Office

Previous Next New Melbourne Warehouse & Office We are excited to show you a little of our new Melbourne facility. With 4,532 square metres and the capacity to hold more stock via stacked pallet racking, a bonded warehouse and new equipment to facilitate quicker delivery to all our customers. It is also important to us

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Authorised Stop Work Meetings

Disruptions at the ports continue starting from today with the Maritime Union of Australia’s (MUA) AGM member meeting attendance on Tuesday 24 November, work stoppages and various other shut downs. DP World and Patrick Terminals will have work stoppages.  Stop Work meetings for each terminal are listed below: Thursday, 19 November 2020 DP World –

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A Family Owned Business

FJT Logistics are a proud member of Family Business Australia (FBA). FBA offers resources, programs, products and special events for networking and sharing knowledge to assist in building strong family businesses. With over 60% of trading businesses in Australia being family owned, it is clear that Australia is a family oriented nation. We look forward

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Incoterms 2020

What are Incoterms®? Incoterms® rules provide a specific guide to all importers and exporters of their obligations, costs and risks involved in the transportation of goods. On January 1st 2020, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) issued the new Incoterms® 2020 rules that are the new terms of international trade for sale of goods. Incoterms®

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Coronavirus Update

With acknowledgement to our peak industry body, the FTA (Freight & Trade Alliance), we share this update regarding the impact of COVID-19 on supply chain operations.

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Shipping Update – Asia

Shipping Update – Asia Strong demand for containers out of Asia, due to a decrease of imports and a surge on exports, well ahead of the usual peak season. Shipping lines are looking to buy, lease and re-position containers to Asian ports. Right now, there is a shortage of equipment (empty containers) in Asia, and

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Shipping Update – United Kingdom

Shipping Update – United Kingdom Vessels are at/above capacity & shipment bookings are now required to be made 4 weeks in advance. British Ports are congested as an outcome of this volume, &  some vessels are now not berthing UK, but off-loading UK import containers at ports like Rotterdam and Antwerp. The UK port of

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A Multi-Nation Free Trade Agreement

Australia is 1 of 15 countries that have just signed up for the RCEP, which covers nearly 60% of Australia’s trade.  It has taken 8 years to get to this point. Signatories include many major trading partner countries, such as Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, and China. It will be interesting to see how China/Australia trade relationships

Read More »

New Melbourne Warehouse & Office

Previous Next New Melbourne Warehouse & Office We are excited to show you a little of our new Melbourne facility. With 4,532 square metres and the capacity to hold more stock via stacked pallet racking, a bonded warehouse and new equipment to facilitate quicker delivery to all our customers. It is also important to us

Read More »
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