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  • Dec 06

    Christmas Warehouse Closures and Transport Requirements

    With three weeks to go before Christmas, we would like to let you know that the Mondiale team will be working right up to and through the holidays to ensure that your cargo remains moving. The ports will be working as normal over this period and due to the shortage of capacity at the ports,… » more posted: 1 week 2.8 days ago

  • Dec 04

    Used machinery cleaning certificate requirement – effective 1st December 2018

    Cleaning certificates for used machinery will be mandatory from the 1st December 2018, requirements as per section 3.1   Vehicle , Machinery and Equipment (VME) standard Note: This requirement has nothing to do with BMSB requirements, but… » more posted: 1 week 4.6 days ago

  • Dec 04

    Coastal Shipping Constraints

    Just to keep you in the loop of current operational challenges, please note that most of the inbound vessel into Auckland port are sailing behind schedule. As a result these vessel are arriving late and outside their berthing window. The shipping lines are working with the port to maximise the… » more posted: 1 week 4.7 days ago

  • Nov 27

    New Bio Security fines to be introduced

    CBAFF Member Communication 23 November 2018 Please see message from Biosecurity New Zealand affecting arriving vessels, transitional and containment facilities, and cruise ship passengers. New biosecurity fines to be introduced Media contact: MPI media… » more posted: 2 weeks 4.7 days ago

  • Nov 20

    BMSB update from MPI - new and used vehicles|machinery from China|Korea

    Please see the below notice from MPI. If you have any concerns please contact your Mondiale representative.   Advisory to Industry - 20 November 2018             Advice to shippers,… » more posted: 3 weeks 4.7 days ago

  • Nov 15

    Export Seafreight Low Sulphur Surcharge

    We have been advised by ANL and Cosco Shipping that they will be implementing a LSS (Low Sulphur Surcharge) on export seafreight to various China ports at the below quantums ; Cosco    CNY 100 per TEU (approx US$ 14 per TEU) with a 9th November 2018 effective… » more posted: 1 month 20.2 hours ago

  • Nov 15

    Taylor Swift Cargo Handling

    In conjunction with Time Frame Logistics and Rock It Cargo, Mondiale are proud to have been associated with the outbound handling of the Taylor Swift equipment from Auckland to the next concert in Tokyo. At the conclusion of the concert on Friday 9th of November, the equipment was transported from… » more posted: 1 month 20.3 hours ago

  • Nov 13

    Central China to NZ Low Sulphur Emission Surcharge

    On October 2016, the Marine Environment Protection Committe (MEPC) has regulated that the sulphur content of any fuel oil used on board ships outside emission control (ECA) zones currently limited at 3.5% m/m shall not exceed 0.5% m/m on or after 1st January 2020. The cap on sulphur content… » more posted: 1 month 2.6 days ago

  • Nov 02

    USA to NZ - LCL Intermodal Fuel Surcharge increase

    The USA market continues to face tight capacity challenges and increasing prices in Full Truck Load, Less Than Truck Load and intermodal transportation. The continued pressure of these cost increases has required Brennan International to implement an increase to the IFS with effect from 20th… » more posted: 1 month 1.9 weeks ago

  • Nov 01

    Auckland LCL Port Congestion Surcharge

    As many of you will be aware a number of the trucking companies have decided to levy an approximate NZ$ 50 charge per container (varies from trucking company to trucking company) to off-set port congestion, ie the waiting time of trucks and additional administration costs. Most of these new fees are… » more posted: 1 month 2 weeks ago

  • Oct 26

    Shanghai Re-Scheduling - Impact of China Customs enforcing manifest regulation

    Further to China Customs enforcing the accuracy of data on the preliminary manifest  from 1st November, it is necessary to advance our LCL operations in Shanghai as follows :- LCL close off advancing to Tuesday (previously Wednesday) Booking close off… » more posted: 1 month 2.7 weeks ago

  • Oct 23

    GST to be levied on overseas online shopping

    Revenue minister Stuart Nash has announced that GST will go on internet shopping purchases from October next year for goods imported by consumers. This move is expected to raise NZ$ 112m annually within 3 years. The NZ Government decision follows the Australian example  and is expected to help… » more posted: 1 month 3.1 weeks ago