Industry News 26/07/19

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Seasonal measures for Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB)

Notice has been received that DAWR has finalised the seasonal measures for the 2019-20 BMSB risk season.

For the 2019-20 BMSB risk season, measures will apply to:

  • certain goods manufactured in, or shipped from target risk countries, and/or
  • vessels that berth at, load or tranship from target risk countries

from 1 September 2019 and that arrive in Australian territory by 31 May 2020 (inclusive)

All relevant updates and information can be found on the Departments BMSB page found at  www.agriculture.gov.au

Transparency in the supply chain

SV3 provides a shared view of the logistics life cycle which helps build trust between us and our valued clients. Transparency is key to an efficient and trusted supply chain. To read more about our range of SV3 products that provide transparency to the supply chain head to https://sila.net.au/new-technology/

Safety in the Supply Chain

Supply chains can be very complex and extend far beyond Australia’s borders so there are challenging, but crucial, workplace health and safety obligations associated with the operation of supply chains.

Moving a product or service from supplier to customer often involves a complex web of organisations, people, information and resources so It’s important that all networks involved within a supply chain understand each other’s businesses and work together to help improve the health and safety of workers throughout the chain.

Read our blog post about safety in the supply chain  here https://sila.net.au/2019/07/safety-is-a-top-priority-throughout-the-supply-chain/

SILA Global Services

Freight forwarding is just one of the many international services we offer at SILA Global. Our diverse commodity base includes cotton, hay, aluminium, foodstuff, electronics and more. Head to our website sila.net.nz for a free quote

Wishing you a logistically perfect weekend 🚚