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Home › Forums › Logistics › wharf dispute stopped, temporarily
If you import by sea, you will have experienced delays in transit, and increased costs.
This is due in part to an industrial dispute at Port Botany.
Todays Sydney Morning Herald reports industrial action has been suspended for now
Does that mean faster transit times? Eventually, yes
Does that mean the congestion surcharge will be removed? Hopefully yes, but not immediately.
But the problem is the dispute is still not resolved.
The Bottom line is you still need to allow more time for your imports.
So if you are planning your imports from China for December, allow 4 to 6 weeks door to door, rather than 3 to 4.
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