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“We really wanted to grow the business, both domestically and internationally”

Nicholas Foster, CEO at Coco Republic

"Over the years, we've worked collectively with VISA on innovation. A large part of that is the OneTrack system - which is now integrated in with our IT systems, so we've got seamless document flow through to Customs, through to customers; it's saved us a lot of labour time..."

Les Schirato, CEO Vittoria Food & Beverage

We asked Japanese multinational and long-time customer, Brother International, how VISA Global had helped make order fulfillment one of their competitive advantages.

Craig Hayhow, General Manager - Operations and Service at Brother International (Aust) Pty Ltd

Abdul Jaffar, speaks about the relationship with VISA Global Logistics and the benefits it's brought to Fantastic's business.

Abdul Jaafar, Supply Chain Manager - Fantastic Furniture


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    Public Holiday – Melbourne

    Dear Valued Customers, Please be advised that the Melbourne office in Australia will be closed on Friday, 23rd October 2020for a public holiday. Normal office hours will resume on Monday, 26th October 2020. Please note that no air freight…

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    Sydney Transport Delays

    Dear Valued Customer, Please note the Sydney Transport Team is experiencing longer than normal delays in deliveries. There are currently 2-3 hour delays in picking up containers from the port. Combined with empty park delays of between 3-6 hours.…

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    Update: MUA Industrial Action in Port Botany & Congestion Surcharges

    Dear Valued Customer,

    Sydney Port-Industrial Action

    The position as of 2 October 2020 with the industrial action is;

    Patricks Sydney Terminal – The MUA has withdrawn all industrial action at Patricks Sydney terminal (and all other Patrick terminals) for the time being. The MUA & Patrick are back before The Fair Work Commission on 26 October 2020, which may see changes regarding the MUA’s position with their withdrawal of the industrial action.

    DP World Sydney Terminal – DP World has now reached an “in-principal” agreement with the MUA for the outstanding Part B of the Enterprise Bargaining Agreement. Therefore, at this stage, there is no industrial action at this terminal.

    Hutchinson Container Terminal – Hutchinson continues to experience industrial action at its terminal. As this terminal is the smallest in Sydney the industrial action is only having a minor impact on Sydney cargo availability. We are advised by Patrick & DP World that, provided there is no further industrial action at their terminals, it will take up to 2 months for the vessel servicing to return to normal.

    Sydney Port Congestion Surcharges

    The surcharges in respect of the vessel disruption in the Sydney Port caused by the industrial action of the MUA are described differently by the Shipping Lines, and include the following descriptions;
    ➢ Sydney Port Congestion Surcharge.
    ➢ Peak Season Surcharge (MSC); and
    ➢ Transport Additional Surcharge

    The shipping lines have advised that due to the congestion likely taking up to 8 weeks to clear, they intend to continue these surcharges for at least the next 6 weeks.

    Should you require any further information or clarification, please do not hesitate to contact your VGL Customer Service Representative.