FTA – Across the Borders Spring Magazine

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  JOIN THE ALLIANCE   Spring 2020 – Across Borders We are proud to launch the Spring 2020 edition of Across Borders and would like to thank our sponsors and expert commentary writers for their valuable contributions – please refer below for a preview, contents page and links to the electronic “flip” / virtual experience and PDF copy. 

Please also do not hesitate to contact me should you wish to showcase your business or service via a member profile, thought leadership contribution or advertising via Across Borders and our associated media. 

John Park
Head of Business Operations, FTA / APSA
Editor of Across Borders 

Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) and Australian Peak Shippers Association (APSA) members receive at each regional office a hard copy of the Across Borders magazine  – please notify any change of address or contact details for each regional office to Caroline Zalai.     Recovery from the global pandemic with a focus on the efficient movement of goods
Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) and the Australian Peak Shippers Association (APSA) have actively engaged with the Climate Change Authority as a part of their new research report, Economic recovery, resilience and prosperity after the coronavirus.

Importantly, the report identifies measures that will contribute to a ‘triple-win’ stimulus package in a low-emissions world offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to not only jump-start an economic recovery but also set up Australia to prosper for generations to come.

FTA and APSA will continue to advocate for measures to build resilience to the economic impacts of the changing climate and to position Australia to take advantage of our abundant clean energy resources and emerging low-emissions technologies.

One particularly exciting opportunity is the potential for Australia to produce zero carbon bunker fuel for shipping to simultaneously create a new export industry, promote jobs and enhance the nation’s fuel security.

In this Spring 2020 edition of Across Borders, we proudly showcase commentaries from members on how they are planning for the long term challenges associated with the global response to climate change.

We also extend our sincere appreciation to Brad Archer (CEO, Climate Change Authority) for his detailed foreword and for his personal interest in supply chains and transport related reform.

Our message is gaining traction that it is the efficient movement of goods through innovative solutions that will lead our economic recovery. FTA and APSA will continue a close relationship with the Authority and will support an increasing broader paradigm shift in government priorities in favour of exporters, importers and logistics providers.

By PAUL ZALAI, Co-founder and Director, Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA)     CONTENTS     4 Opportunities to prosper in a post-COVID, low emissions world
  6 Australian Peak Shippers Association – Report from the Chair
  7 The Beirut Explosion and dangerous goods – are you protected?
  8 Safe Container Loading Practices & Heavy Vehicle Safety
10 Sustainability remains at the forefront of the ports industry
12 Port of Melbourne welcomes largest container capacity ship to dock in Melbourne
14 Port Botany On-Track to Support NSW
16 The tank container – a valuable asset to be treated with care
18 Western Australia takes bold move towards new container port
19 The Curve of Confusion
20 Fremantle port embracing digitalisation with outstanding results
22 Emerging from lockdown
23 New CEO appointed to lead Western Sydney Airport
24 Enhancements to Australia’s Domestic Air Cargo Security
26 Workplace Mental Health
28 Salta’s $50 million Dandenong South Intermodal Terminal underway
30 2020 and the Post-Pandemic Economy
32 The Future of The Workplace – The Impact of COVID-19
34 Cyber criminals are exploiting COVID-19 loopholes
36 Remote working habits in the new Covid-19 corporate environment
      create ‘rich’ opportunities for cyber criminals
37 Moving towards carbon-neutral shipping with Maersk ECO Delivery
38 Emissions Standards – Are your imports compliant
40 Where the wind blows
41 We have a chance to re-build our supply-chains better than before – Actions
     shippers can take now to prepare for a low emission future.
42 The Packaging Evolution – From Efficiency to Waste and back again?
44 Ethanol fuels passion and power
45 Green Ammonia as Marine Bunker Fuel
47 Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA)
48 Two members share their stories on Generational succession
50 The importance of open trade for Australia’s post COVID economic recovery
51 Turbulent times: Weighing up air versus sea freight
52 Global Data Standards and GTIN reporting speeds customs clearance of
     goods into mainland China
54 Amazon Australia Announces Its First Robotics Fulfilment Centre
56 Ant Group Signs Strategic Blockchain Agreement with COSCO SHIPPING
     to Transform the Global Shipping Industry
57 Keeping your temperature monitoring real
58 Innovation supporting stronger cargo biosecurity
60 New Head of Biosecurity to continue department’s important work
62 Is Your Approved Arrangement Audit Ready?
63 Australian Border Force – Meeting COVID-19 challenges at the Border
64 BorderWise: access comprehensive customs information from a single window
66 Dumping Investigations and the role of an importer
67 Economic response to COVID-19
68 Happy Anniversary – 15 years since the ICS implementation   FLIP AND PDF VERSIONS AVAILABLE HERE   ACROSS BORDERS ADVERTISING PROSPECTUS Copyright © 2020 Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) Pty Ltd, All rights reserved.

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