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Did you know we offer consultancy services?

Do you engage in International Trade? Are you fully aware of how Australia's international trade and taxation system works? Did you know the several schemes exist which may offer the potential to minimise your duty liability and that you may also be eligible for a...

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Crossing For A Cause – Our Customs Broker’s epic journey!

It's been 12 months of full scale planning and preparation, but the time has almost finally arrived for our Customs Broker Neil McLagan who is due to set off, riding solo and unsupported from Perth to Sydney, this coming Sunday March 25th at 5:30am from South Mole...

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Illegal Logging Prohibition – An Update!

A recent update has been received on the importance of compliance with regards to the illegal logging prohibitions and relevant information for importers on what is required in terms of completing the due dilligence process. Please note that as a phasing arrangement,...

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January 2018 Newsletter

  We've Had A Few Staff Changes  As some of you may already know, Kylie Trantino is no longer working with Transitainer WA.  We wish Kylie all the best in her future endeavors. Please note that this will not affect our high standards of service that we aim to deliver...

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Update – Department of Home Affairs

Department of Home Affairs / Australian Border Force The following has been provided by the Australian Border Force for information. "The Department of Home Affairs, and the wider Portfolio, was officially stood up on 20 December 2017. References to functions under...

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Important update on Illegal Logging

As referenced in Import Industry Advice Notice 95-2017 - Reforms to Australia’s illegal logging laws, with the conclusion of the Regulation Impact Statement process, and announcement of the reforms, the department will also end the existing ‘soft-start’ compliance...

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Department of Home Affairs

Department of Home Affairs Please note below update received from the Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia (CBFCA). In summary, what this means is that the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP / Formerly Australian Customs), has now...

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