Dear Valued Clients,

Please be advised that an authorised stop-work meeting for operations and maintenance employees employed at DP World Brisbane will occur on Friday 11th March 2016 from 1400-1600 hours.


The purpose of the meeting is for Employees to revote on the Enterprise Agreement between DP World Brisbane, its employees and the MUA.


There shall be NO Vessel Operations during this time or Road Operations to Old Terminal. Road Operations to the Automated Modules will be operating as normal.


Full Terminal Operations shall resume from 1600 hours and we shall endeavour to minimise the impact on those Customers affected.

Should you requrie further information please do not hesitate to contact our office on 1300 661 961 or via email at

Kind regards,

GenFreight Logsitics Pty Ltd

Lithium Batteris


Lithium Batteries
On February 22, the ICAO Governing Council adopted a new safety measure on an interim basis, which prohibits carriage of Lithium ion batteries on passenger aircraft.
The decision goes into effect April 1, 2016, and pertains only to Lithium ion batteries shipped as cargo and not to those contained in personal electronic devices carried by passengers and crew.
According to ICAO, this measure will stay in force until a new lithium battery packaging performance standard (expected by 2018) is established.
For further information please do not hesitate to contact us on 1300 661 961 or via email at
Kind regards,
GenFreight Logistics Pty Ltd


The Shipping Lines operating in China, Hong Kong, Korea and Taiwan to Australia trade have announced plans to implement a General Rate Increase to the market effective from the 1st of March, 2016.

The Increase amount has been advertised as USD 300.00 per TEU and USD 6000.00 per FEU and LCL USD 5.00 per cbm/1000kgs with a minimum charge of 1 cbm/1000kgs.

In the event that these increases are accepted by the market we will have no choice but to pass these increases on to our Valued Customers.

We will continue to monitor the situation and advise further once the quantum of the increase is finalised

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on 1300 661 9611300 661 961 or via email at

Kind regards,

GenFreight Logistics Pty Ltd

The holiday period for the Chinese New Year is from the 7th of February to 13th of February, 2016.   In order to assist our clients we recommend that all new bookings are confirmed as soon as possible as we anticipate space being very tight.   FCL SHIPMENTS   With most factories close from the 7th of February to the 22nd of February we anticipate space being tight as most suppliers will be wanting to ship as many new orders as possible prior to the Chinese New Year we recommend that shipments are booked and confirmed at least 14 days prior to the vessel cut off date. There is one blank sailing in January prior to the CNY which will impact the available space. In weeks 4 & 5 there may be congestion at the port as some shipping lines may accept bookings over their capacity which could result in containers being rolled to the following weeks sailing.   For Pearl River Delta ports (PRD ports – such as Guangzhou, Huangpu, Foshan ...

CHANGES TO THE IMPORT PROCESSING CHARGES EFFECTIVE FROM THE 1ST OF JANUARY, 2016 As part of the 2015-16 Commonwealth Budget, the Government has decided to restructure the Import Processing Charges (IPCs) in order to support a number of significant reforms. The IPCs are cost recovery based and are aimed at improving the integrity of the border while removing cross-subsidisation and delivering efficiencies to the industry. There are two changes being employed to the current IPC arrangements. * Removal of the current price differential between air/post and sea cargo pathways. * Introduction of a consistent price differential between electronically and manually lodged declarations to encourage electronic lodgements and better reflect the additional work required by the agency to manually enter and process these documents. Please refer to the below table highlighting the restructured IPCs charges. ...

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