Articles for importing goods to Australia or exporting goods from Australia to other countries.
Freight Shipping to Landlocked Countries.
Sea freight is the most cost-effective shipping method for larger shipments. Around the world, however, there are a number of countries that are “land-locked”. This means that all their borders are land-based and they typically have […]
Japan has made a name for itself as a nation of quality and innovation and consumers are drawn to premium, high-end goods.
Australia has a free Trade Agreement with Japan, so some commodities are duty free, whilst some are subject to […]
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 […]
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 […]
Wine Exporting From Australia
Australia is quite a large producer of wine. The domestic market can only absorb so much, and wine exporting is the typical destination for the remainder.
Exported wine is in two major categories – bottled wine […]
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 […]Read More
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]