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International Air Transport Association (IATA)
World Customs Organisation
World Trade Organization
Australian Customs Service
Department of Agriculture
Australian Bureau of Statistics
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
New Zealand Customs Service
Statistics New Zealand
Schenker Australia Pty LtdRoger CaineProduct Manager Customs AU72-80 Bourke StreetSydney NSW 2015AustraliaPhone: +61 2 9333 0333Fax: +61 2 9333 email@example.com
We provide comprehensive custom clearance for all our freight services. With offices near all the major ports around the world, DB Schenker is well equipped to help you with all your Customs and Quarantine clearance requirements for both imports and exports.
All DB Schenker branches have Australian Customs licensed and Quarantine Accredited Customs Brokers who have extensive industry knowledge, integrity and professionalism.
eSchenker is our most advanced logistic solution yet. It incorporates all eServices into one portal, giving you maximum support at every stage of your supply chain. From tracking and scheduling to booking and reporting, eSchenker has your logistics covered.
The easy-to-use eSchenker tracking tool gives you real-time information about the location and status of your shipment, and its current estimated time of delivery. Allocation of a tracking number means that you can access detailed shipment data online without having to log in. Our tracking technology has now been upgraded with an even more detailed overview and status information for each of your shipments.
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The Coronavirus pandemic has hit global supply chains with full force. Due to changing consumer behavior, stranded shipping containers are piling up in seaports with goods that can no longer be sold due to changing consumer behavior. In addition, growing consumer demand for certain goods, for example in the food or health sector, has led to an increase in production. This has two consequences: Currently unsaleable items need to be stored temporarily and companies are having to build up safety stocks to avoid interruptions in supply.
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