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Grace Mobility’s International Services Manager is on the AIMA (Australian International Movers Association) committee and is dealing with the senior echelon of the freight companies to tackle these issues. Grace also works closely with its global partner network to put pressure on the shipping lines at both origin and destination to rescind unfair detention charges and boasts a 75% success rate. In addition, Grace has an effective container reuse program that mitigates against some of the delays that come from hiring and de-hiring containers from the shipping lines. Taking an imported container from a specific shipping line and reusing it for an exported shipment eliminates the chance of detention fees being applied to containers stuck at port, saving clients considerable fees that would generally be passed on. Thanks to its strong partnerships with shipping lines and the high volume of freight moving around the nation and the world, Grace is well-placed to help its clients navigate these very troubled waters. If you’d like to discuss this article or learn how Grace’s Employee Mobility Solutions can help you, contact Shane on 1300 209 036 or email About Grace Mobility The Grace service promise of Always More is realised at every step of each relocating employee’s journey, from the initial consultation through to arrival support, providing practical advice and a clear understanding of what to expect in a new country or city. A Grace Mobility Specialist can act as your single point of contact throughout the entire relocation process, from the delivery of relocation services to consolidated invoicing and will be happy to answer all your questions and assist you at every step of the way.

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