The Future of Global Shipping

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It is a well-known fact that the future of global shipping is heavily reliant on the stability of the global economy which is dependent on the political temperature as well. If we were to look back at the world politics and the state of events, from the turn of events with the US elections, President… Read more »

What to know when Shipping from Australia with Transco Cargo

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When you are looking for solutions for shipping from Australia, there are many options for you to take, however, we at your disposal to help you with all your needs. In this edition of our blog, we look at what to know when shipping from Australian with Transco Cargo. Firstly, we should explain that there… Read more »

Boxing and Packaging Safety Tips when Shipping Small or Large Packages

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As a rule of thumb, we at Transco Cargo Australia let our customers know that they have the option of having us box and pack their packages to send overseas for them. This is so that all the boxing and packaging safety tips when shipping small or large packages are adhered to insure that the… Read more »

Australian Transport Infrastructure and how it Weighs in on Supply Chain

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With the growth of freight volumes rising to meet with demands, Australian transport infrastructure has faced challenges in the past as the authorities and government look for measures to stay afloat. This is by looking at it on the national level to ensure that the Australian transport sector is able to deliver “a streamlined, integrated… Read more »

Shipping Freight Matters

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As an island nation, Australia’s logistics and transport industry is an important one and has been since its founding. Shipping freight matters as it is an essential commodity to a healthy Australian economy. Whilst it is easy to put it aside, without due freight movements, the quality of life in Australia will take a hit,… Read more »

10 Things to Keep in Mind When Shipping Internationally

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When it comes to shipping, be it overseas or locally, you need to take into consideration several aspects of the different processes into mind. The clear distinction that is international shipping has more complex procedures than of national or local shipments. To make life somewhat easier, we have listed 10 things to keep in mind… Read more »

What is Detention and how is it not Demurrage?

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We discussed demurrage in the previous week, and went into detail about why you are charged, how much you may be charged and what the process is. But if that is demurrage, what is detention in logistics terms? That is easily explained, read on. What is Detention? The process of a container arriving at the… Read more »

What is Demurrage in Logistics?

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The terms demurrage is used greatly in the logistics world. Essentially they are considered fees that are levied for when cargo is held at a terminal or container warehouse for a lengthy period of time. Let us explain. What does demurrage mean? Once a shipment arrives at its port (be it rail, air or sea),… Read more »

The Required Documents for Overseas Shipping

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With globalization and reach of consumerism spreading to all parts of the world, as with people moving to different parts of the world be it for personal or career reasons, the need for overseas shipping has increased. There is a great need for means of transporting goods and/or merchandise via overseas shipping, and ensuring that… Read more »

Difference in Transit Time when Sending Cargo to Sri Lanka via FCL versus LCL

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The point of the matter is that, almost always, when sending cargo to Sri Lanka or any other destination, originating from the same port, the choice of shipping term makes all the difference in transit time when choosing FCL versus LCL. For instance, when sending cargo to Sri Lanka on FCL basis, you will almost… Read more »

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