Brisbane port ameliorates entry restric Brisbane
Brisbane port ameliorates entry restrictions for 14 days.
The Maritime Safety Queensland brings a new policy for 14 days easing the restrictions on the entry of ships from foreign in Australia. It has been reported that the original system of restricting the external vessels less to a vast number of amendments and exemptions, disturbing the ideal trend of vessel cancellations. Hence, MSQ decided to allow foreign ships to the harbor on the Brisbane dock for 14 more days from Monday, March 23.
However, the new policy has not allowed the vessels from China and South Korea as the health authorities have not yet confirmed their stable conditions. Shipping Australia has reported that the country will face the problems in some trades, which include sugar, chemicals, fertilizers, and iron ore concentrates. To avoid this situation of minor bulks, the MSQ decides to bring the new policy in effect.