Month: November 2010

November 25, 2010 Edward

Australian air Express (AaE) is currently negotiating a new Fair Work Agreement with a small group of employees within our 2000-strong nationwide workforce. These employees are being represented by the Transport Workers Union, who has successfully applied for protective action under Fair Work Australia. The application for protective action has been granted for a 24-hour…

November 25, 2010 Edward

We have been advised by Pacific Network that their offices will be closed on the following New Year holiday’s: Hong Kong: 3 Feb 2011 to 6 Feb 2011 China: 2 Feb 2011 to 8 Feb 2011

November 25, 2010 Edward

We have been advised by Rohlig that Incoterms 2010 Renewals From 1 January 2011 onwards, revised Incoterms will come into effect worldwide. In order to inform you of the changes, they have summarised all of the relevant information into an overview: In the future, instead of 13 clauses, there will only be 11. These are…

November 17, 2010 Edward

TWU (Transport Workers Union) of impending industrial action for 24 hrs next week across Australia. The action is part of unresolved EBA negotiations. The schedule of AaE international cargo handling ports impacted are:

November 17, 2010 Edward

Seafreight Delays Sydney DP World are concerned that their Port Botany terminal may soon reach gridlock unless they can deliver the bulk of their current 4200 import containers currently on site. Of these containers, DP World estimate that 2900 are “clear” in the Integrated Cargo System (ICS). Of these 2900, it is estimated that between…

November 16, 2010 Edward

As you may be aware from recent media reports security intervention on international Air Cargo has been significantly enhanced after the detection of explosives on flights to the United Kingdom and United States.