Please be reminded of the mandatory requirements for cargo to Papua New Guinea (PNG).
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In view of COVID-19 quarantine requirements for ship crews prior to CNY 2021, South China & Hong Kong feeder operators have announced early feeder suspensions from 5th Jan to 21st Feb 2021.
Further to our Notice dated 13th November 2020, regarding notice by the Chinese authorities suspending acceptance of Logs, timber, wood, treated or untreated etc from origins of Victoria & Queensland, please be advised that this has now been extended to the same cargoes originating from South Australia and Tasmania as per new notice from the Animal & Plant Bureau of State Customs China published on 4th December.
Clients are reminded of the documentation requirements and details for importers of cargo to India.
Effective from January 1st, the new IMO (International Maritime Organization) 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation will come into force, requiring all sea-going vessels to comply and reduce sulphur emissions by 85%.
Please be advised that regulatory changes to Sea Cargo Manifests for all cargo arriving on vessels to & from India come into effect as of 1st August 2019. The implementation impacts all cargo imported, exported and including FROB (Freight Remaining on Board) at all Indian Ports.
Bangladesh - Implementation of Advance Cargo Manifest for Import Shipment
Removal of Shanghai Customs Restriction for Meat imports to China
Shanghai Customs Restriction for Meat imports to China
NEMO BAF October 2018