SCI Australia provide excellence in freight management services to facilitate the careful transportation and delivery of your cargo from its point of origin to its destination. We take care of everything to make shipping simple.


The SCI client relationship is built on personal service and developing partnerships. We will treat your cargo as though it is our own, leaving you to manage your business comfortably knowing that your freight is being expertly management by a company you can trust.


Reaching Capacity and Embracing Sea Freight

BITRE (Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics) have released their Yearbook for 2017 which outlines a clear imbalance in the freight supply chain, which has been costing the country billions of dollars per year.

According to the document, Rail has grown 210% in terms of the domestic freight task, as well as Trucking growing consistently 61% over the last decade, while Coastal freight has decreased 1% since 2006.

Comprehensive and Progression Agreement for TPP

On the 23rd of January 2018 the TPP-11 (Trans-Pacific Partnership) met in Tokyo, Japan at officials' level, finalising a deal 3 years in the making.

In March officials will sign the Comprehensive and Progression Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, a separate treaty, that allows a limited number of set provisions to be suspended, while still holding the high-standards of the original document.

Victorian Government Aim To Increase Indian Exports To $1bn

The Victorian Government has published its aim to raise the annual good export from Victoria to India to $1 billion, doubling it's current value.
In a recent publication titled, 'Victoria's India Strategy: Our Shared Future', which Premier Daniel Andrews released in light of his coming visit to India this week. Due to India's booming economy (currently the third largest) and with over 400 Million Millennials in India, the Victorian Governments has labelled it crucial to have close ties between the two regions.

SAFTA Amendment To Prioritise Aus Exports

Both houses of parliament, last week, passed through the updates to the Singapore Australia Free Trade Agreement (SAFTA), which will see a considerable reduction in the harsh current restrictions on Australian exporters. The amendment to the SAFTA is a huge successful for Australia's services industries, which will now have greater access for our education, legal, financial and various professional service sectors.