Heavy furniture shipment from Bali

From time to time, the team at Clarke Global Logistics are asked to manage some unusual and challenging projects, a recent example being a new office set up for a highly awarded media agency in Melbourne and Sydney furnished with heavy furniture specially ordered and manufactured in Bali. Clarke Global coordinated the customs clearance and […]

Campion boat shipment to PNG

Clarke Global recently managed a project to ship a Campion Bowrider recreational boat from Pattersons Lake in Victoria via Melbourne to Papua New Guinea. The out-of-guage (OOG) project required the vessel to be heat-wrapped by the supplier at Pattersons Lake to protect it during shipment. Clarkes arranged for a pre-inspection of the boat to ensure […]

Importing a Caravan to Australia

Importing luxury vehicles and caravans into Australia can be challenging and recent first time importer Ben Gray of Canberra says it pays to be well organised. “I’m generally a well organised person, but it pays to organise things weeks ahead. I started organising it six weeks ahead and it made everything run much smoother, there […]

Shipping Oversized Machinery & Items: A Case Study on Clarke Global’s Successful Transport of Machinery Tyres

Shipping machinery and over dimensional items can be a tricky business, especially when those items don’t fit into standard shipping containers. A recent project required the Clarke Global team to arrange collect and packing of eight machinery tyres for shipment from Brisbane to Jebel Ali, Dubai UAE. A major challenge was that the tyres wouldn’t […]

Extra cargo to Russia

Once a shipment has been organised it’s important to ensure that all deadlines for packing, transport and loading are met so that clients don’t face unplanned delays due to items not being ready when they are required.  During the packing of a recent shipment of 15 containers from Australia to Russia the client discovered the […]

Transport logistics challenge

Some jobs may seem impossible, but they’re the kind of challenges the Clarke Global Logistics team really enjoy. This client had a seemingly impossible task.  A 40ft container needed to be collected from Fremantle Wharf on Easter Saturday. The job included unpacking the container, repacking and organising transport to move it some 1700 kilometres to Port […]