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Mark Salmon has 40 plus years expertise in importing and exporting general commercial cargo fro small to medium sized businesses and manufacturers into and out of Australia. This family run business also provides self pack containers for international relocations, international car shipping and personal effects services from Australia. Mark's personal specialty is in moving difficult cargo such as heavy machinery and equipment. He has dealt with mining, agricultural and industrial sectors. He has been involved in industrial removals and installations, rolling stock, earth moving equipment as well as yachts and other marine craft. Mark enjoys a challenge and has expert knowledge in moving all kinds of oversize and difficult cargo both to and from Australia. We offer personalised freight plans for all regular businesses who use our services. Please do not hesitate to call us with your enquiry on 02 9706 5996.
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How to move your household contents from Gladstone to New Zealand

In this regard we are supposing you are using a self pack shipping container and it is a full household load – remembering that a container can hold all of the contents for a 3 bedroom house. And the container […]

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Who are Australia’s major Trading Partners? For both import and export markets.

This information is readily available from Department Of Foreign Affairs and Trade, but most people only hear about our major trade partners, and our balance of trade figures.
Currently, the federal trade minister is Steven Ciobo.
For the year 2016/2017, Australian Exports […]

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How to export goods to Canada

If you are interested in shipping goods to Canada, then here are a few things to consider. 
Australia does not have a free Trade Agreement with Canada, so most commodities are subject to some duties and restrictions – notably wine and […]

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Bottled and bulk wine exports from Australia

Australia is quite a large producer of wine. The domestic market can only absorb so much, so most of the wine produced is exported.     
Exported wine is in two major categories – bottled and bulk.
Bulk wine is exported in […]

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Exporting to Papua New Guinea | Sea and air freight specialist

Papua New Guinea (PNG), is a resource rich country, For the most part, exports to PNG revolve around foodstuffs, communications, building and construction, and minerals, mining, oil and gas. PNG is a sovereign nation, and has many import rules and […]

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Importing From New Caledonia | Sea and Air Freight Specialists

The major production and export from New Caledonia is nickel, which is predominantly shipped as ore in huge volumes to Japan and Europe for processing.
They were exporting very low grade ore to Queensland Nickel, but that company has gone broke […]

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How to export charity items to Fiji

Interestingly enough, Australians are apparently the greatest contributors to charities set up for natural disasters in the world.
This is all very generous, but often the sentiment can be in conflict with the rules and regulations of the countries that suffer […]

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Exporting to New Caledonia

New Caledonia is known for its huge nickel deposits, which is its major export. Exports to New Caledonia revolve around foodstuffs, building, construction and mining.  
New Caledonia is governed by France, and is therefore considered as part of Europe.  As […]

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An introduction to the Freight Forwarding industry

Very simply, a freight forwarder can arrange the transport of freight from one point to another.
This can be from door to door, or any points in between ( commonly called the supply chain).
Freight forwarding can apply to both international and […]

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Do you want a freight rate? For an accurate sea or air freight rate – think about the following questions…

For ‘what’ do you want a freight rate?
You would think that this is common sense, but the number of times I get someone asking something like “can you please give me a rate from China to Australia” or something similar… […]

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