Australia relaxes ban on Bangladeshi imports

It has been widely reported that Australia has relaxed its embargo on air cargo coming in directly from Bangladesh. Apparently, Canberra has given the green light to air freight flying in from Bangladesh as long as it transits via a First World country.

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Pirate Threat: ‘Entire Shipping System’ Vulnerable In Southeast Asia

Forget Somalia. Australia’s backyard is fast becoming the new global hub for ocean piracy, with Aussie vessels under increasing risk of attack, a new report has found. The Allianz report, released Monday, found piracy attacks in southeast Asia were on the rise and the region was now responsible for about 60 percent of worldwide attacks.

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How To Unpack After Moving House

The process of moving house consists of a great deal of move related tasks whose timely and successful completion pre-determines how your entire residential move will play out.

Yes, the relocation process is all about impeccable organization of the various jobs you are expected to take care of, and as you surely know by now, each stage has its signature task of monumental importance – finding a top rated moving company during the initial orientation period, packing up your home for a move during the preparation period, and of course – unpacking and organizing after your move during the final stage of your relocation adventure.

Hopefully, you will have had a smooth residential move with no serious problems of any kind. And then, the moment your professional movers or your non-professional helpers (aka your friends) leave you with mountain-like piles and stacks of cardboard boxes filled to the brim with all sorts of items, it’s time to turn your attention to another unwelcoming but mus..

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Time to take stock of e-AWB progress, says Champ’s new sales chief

Rather than wait for the proportion of the world’s airfreight using e-air waybills to tick up slowly towards a so-called ‘critical mass’ it is perhaps time to stop and ask why things are not working, says Nicholas Xenocostas, the new sales chief at Champ Cargosystems. It’s not that there has been no progress, says Xenocostas – the current 37% penetration rate for eAWB is a healthy 5% higher than it was a year ago – but at the current rate, it could take a decade or more before electronic documentations become anywhere like the norm for international airfreight shipments.

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A Niger Delta Militant Group Declares War on the Nigerian Navy

Many suspected it as the intensity of pirate attacks off the Niger Delta increased inexorably in the course of April, with 15 attacks between 1 and 21 April 2016. There is a contest going on between those termed by the authorities as “sea criminals” and the Nigerian Navy, which is tasked to suppress them.

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San Francisco’s Top East Bay Moving and Storage Solutions

Thanks to a booming demand, moving and
storage options in San Francisco's East Bay area have never been more diverse.
Gone are the days of one or two companies running a monopoly, now you have a
slew of companies to choose from. In such a competitive industry, only top East Bay moving and storage co…

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Large Trucks Banned From Accident Plagued Kentucky Road

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has banned certain large trucks from traveling on Ky. 151, the two-lane road in Anderson and Franklin counties that has seen numerous accidents involving such vehicles. The action on Friday, April 29, came after the state received emergency authorization from the Federal Highway Administration to issue the ban.

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