The Australian Economy comprises a large mixed market compared to other developed countries of the world. In 2016, the country became the 25th largest exporter and the 20th largest importer of goods worldwide. Being a member of the APEC, G20, OECD and WTO, Australia currently is in free trade agreements with Canada, China, United states, Malaysia and so many other countries of the world. In other words, the above should give you reasons to take advantage of sea and air freight to Australia, as part of your exportation plans.
Australia oversees an extensive sea freight forwarding in most ports of the country, of which the biggest ones are described below:
The port is located within the suburbs of the city of Brisbane, just by the east coast of the state of Queensland. It is currently the most fast expanding container port and the third most active port in all of Australia. The port's main import good is crude oil; it also receives other liquid goods, as well as many solid goods which cut across different sectors, with terminals just for each category. The Brisbane seaport moves more than 28 million tons of cargo every year and handles over 2600 ships yearly.
The city derives her name from the surname of a capitan Charles H. Fremantle, who first arrived at Australia in 1829. This port is Western Australia's biggest and most active cargo port. Its operations are done via two harbours, the inner and the outer harbours.
While the inner harbour which is located at Fremantle handles all of Western Australia's container trades, the port also facilitates amenities and conveniences for other livestock exports, general cargo trades, vehicle imports, visiting naval vessels and cruise ships. On the other hand, the outer harbour which is located towards the south of Kwinana, takes care of Australia's major bulk cargo and commodities. The port does an annual 35.76 million tons in cargo trade, estimated at over 26 billion euros.
The port is located at Melbourne, Victoria and is currently the largest port for container and cargo trade in Australia. Since the 1st of July 2003, management of the port is handled by the Port of Melbourne Corporation. Currently, the port covers a total of 500 hectares of port land. It does over 30 commercial berths and controls around 36% of Australia's container trade.
Below describes an overview of air freight forwarding in major airports of Australia.
Formerly known as Kingsford Smith airport, Sydney airport is fondly referred to as one of the busiest airports in the world. In fact in 2016, it was awarded the 38th busiest airport in the world. The airport is located within the outlying district of Mascot; just 8km south of Sydney's city centre. Sydney airport currently has 3 terminals which it uses for both domestic and international operations. Currently, the airport utilizes the north side of Terminal 1 for its international freight operations.
Generally, the airport handles over 400,000 tonnes of international freight yearly, but in 2016 to 2017, the airport handled about 489,183 tonnes precisely, making it the airport with the largest freight operations in Australia.
In 1986, October 25, Perth international airport was birthed and revealed by the then Prime Minister Bob Hawke. The airport can be located at about 10km east of the Perth central business district. The airport sits on 2,105 hectares of land.
The airport was built and constructed in July 1970. It also started operations in the same year. Currently, the airport does over 30 percent of Australia's international air freight trade and very active with domestic air freight. It is also recorded that the port conducts over 35 freight services every month.
Other cargo airports in Australia include Adelaide airport, Gold coast airport, and Brisbane airport.
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