Industry News – 04 May 2022


Global Schedule Reliability Improves Slightly

Shipping data analyst Sea-Intelligence has reported an improvement in schedule reliability based on an analysis of 34 different trade lanes.

It said global schedule reliability is gradually increasing, the latest report recording a marginal month-on-month improvement for March 2022.
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ALC Outlines Election Priorities

The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has outlined five policy priorities to achieve a more sustainable and efficient freight and logistics supply chain.

It has called on Federal election parties and candidates to adopt them in the national interest.

Since the onset of the global pandemic, the freight and logistics supply chain has faced back-to-back challenges, natural disasters, geopolitical tensions, increasing costs, labour constraints and unrelenting increases in demand.
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New Public Health Order Amendment 

Amendments to the Public Health (COVID-19 Air and Maritime Arrivals) Order (No 1) 2022 commenced at 12.01am on Saturday, 30 April 2022. A copy of the amendment order as gazetted can be accessed here.
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DAWE Import Industry Advice Notices 2022

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ABF Industry Notices 2022

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