Publications

Exporting smartly

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The smart exporter needs to plan, but often the importer is dangling orders enticing the exporter before they’ve had time consider thoroughly their legal position. With the potential loss of a future contract and income the importer’s siren song can be very enticing especially in a competitive market. However, not having a well-considered plan could be tantamount to commercial…

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Mooring is not what it used to be

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Where and how your vessel is moored is a major concern for boat owners around the world, particularly as mooring costs do not reduce and competition for space increases. A common theme amongst boat owners is that they all want the peace of mind in knowing that their vessel is easily accessible, safe and covered by insurance. In response…

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Reviewing the marine industry future

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Four years ago the article ‘A Grey Cloud Over the Industry’ critically analysed the effect of Grey Imports on the legal and economic seascape of the Industry. This article will revisit those issues in the context of today’s seascape. Indeed the global financial crisis is still referred to as a major game changer across all economic spheres with the Australian…

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Accreditation

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When making comparisons with countries such as Germany, in relation to their education system and how this interrelates with industry may seem unfair given the differences in economic development. However, if Australia is to compete on the world stage it can not be seen to be second best and such comparisons are useful. One such comparison is where before…

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Salvage Effort

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Marine Salvors Today Even with all the modern technology Superyachts are susceptible to the elements of the sea and can become stranded by running aground or some other misadventure. In some circumstances you may able to do little more than don a lifejacket, transmit a mayday message and prepare your crew to abandon ship. Both you and your vessel are…

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Are you and your business protected?

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There are many similarities between a seamen respecting the sea, not taking unnecessary risks and how you expose your self to risk in business, if not thoughtfully considered the captain may risk going down with the ship. Businesses in the Marine Industry, while governed by the same rules and regulations as other general businesses, operate in their own peculiar commercial…

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