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NSW Ports CEO Marika Calfas provides an update on industrial action at Port Botany
The MWA says it will use a conciliation hearing at the FWC to formally offer Patrick a peace deal ending industrial action at company container terminals.
Scott Morrison has weighed into the waterfront industrial relations dispute, saying actions by the Maritime Union were "not on".
The Maritime Union of Australia has addressed outstanding claims via the Fair Work Commission (FWC).
Ongoing industrial action has created a significant disruption to OOCLs South East Asia service network.
Below are the updates received from Patrick and DP World Terminals.
These surcharges are due to significant constraints currently being experienced in the port of Sydney
MSC has announced that it is introducing a temporary charge to compensate for costs related to the congestion and productivity situation at the port of Sydney.
Due to congestion in the port of Sydney, a Congestion Surcharge (CGS) will come into effect by MSC.
The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) are recommencing protected industrial action, this time at Patrick terminals across Australia.
Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) are advising that operational conditions are at breaking point in NSW.
Due to excessive High Wind conditions in Sydney NSW, these terminals have been directed by the VTS to cease vessel operations
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Strong restrictions will be put in place to limit the number of ships from China entering Australia to combat the Novel Coronavirus.
The Level Four Do Not Travel advice warning for Australians traveling to China could cause severe delays in Air Freight services.
Measures have been put in place and announced by the Chinese Central Government that will mean an extension to the Lunar New Year holidays across China.
Under seasonal measures, certain goods that can meet allocated criteria will not be subject to BMSB measures on arrival.
Free Trade Agreements with Peru and Hong Kong are set to come into action in the following weeks.
Patrick Terminals and DP World in Fremantle to have planned MUA stoppages in January