Australian Flag Commonwealth of Australia

Capital: Canberra

Background


Geography


People and Society


Economy


Transportation

Area: 7,692,030 sq. km
Population (March 2014): 23,38 mln
GDP (2012): 1520,6 billions of US$
Currency: Australian Dollar (AU$)

Background

Prehistoric settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia at least 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century.

No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession of the east coast in the name of Great Britain (all of Australia was claimed as British territory in 1829 with the creation of the colony of Western Australia).

Six colonies were created in the late 18th and 19th centuries; they federated and became the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901. The new country took advantage of its natural resources to rapidly develop agricultural and manufacturing industries and to make a major contribution to the Allied effort in World Wars I and II.

In recent decades, Australia has become an internationally competitive, advanced market economy due in large part to economic reforms adopted in the 1980s and its location in one of the fastest growing regions of the world economy. Long-term concerns include aging of the population, pressure on infrastructure, and environmental issues such as floods, droughts, and bushfires. Australia is the driest inhabited continent on earth, making it particularly vulnerable to the challenges of climate change.

Australia is home to 10 per cent of the world's biodiversity, and a great number of its flora and fauna exist nowhere else in the world.

In January 2013, Australia assumed a nonpermanent seat on the UN Security Council for the 2013-14 term.

Source: World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency

Geography

Location: Oceania, continent between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean
Geographic coordinates: 27 00 S, 133 00 E
Map references: Oceania
Area:
    total: 7,686,850 sq km
    land: 7,617,930 sq km
    water: 68,920 sq km
Land boundaries: 0 km
Coastline: 25,760 km
Climate: generally arid to semiarid; temperate in south and east; tropical in north
Natural resources: bauxite, coal, iron ore, copper, tin, silver, uranium, nickel, tungsten, mineral sands, lead, zinc, diamonds, natural gas, petroleum
Administrative divisions: 6 states and 2 territories*: Australian Capital Territory*, New South Wales, Northern Territory*, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia
Dependent areas: Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Sea Islands, Heard Island and McDonald Islands, Macquarie Island, Norfolk Island

Source: World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency

People & Society

Ethnic groups: white 92%, Asian 7%, aboriginal and other 1%
Languages: English 78.5%, Chinese 2.5%, Italian 1.6%, Greek 1.3%, Arabic 1.2%, Vietnamese 1%, other 8.2%, unspecified 5.7% (2006 Census)
Religions: Protestant 27.4% (Anglican 18.7%, Uniting Church 5.7%, Presbyterian and Reformed 3%), Catholic 25.8%, Eastern Orthodox 2.7%, other Christian 7.9%, Buddhist 2.1%, Muslim 1.7%, other 2.4%, unspecified 11.3%, none 18.7% (2006 Census)
Population growth: 1.11%
Age structure (2013):
    0-14 years: 18.1%
    15-24 years: 13.4%
    25-54 years: 42%
    55-64 years: 11.8%
    65 years and over: 14.7%
Median age:
    total: 38.1 years
    male: 37.3 years
    female: 38.8 years

Source: World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency

Economy

The Australian economy has experienced continuous growth and features low unemployment, contained inflation, very low public debt, and a strong and stable financial system.

By 2012, Australia had experienced more than 20 years of continued economic growth, averaging 3.5% a year. Demand for resources and energy from Asia and especially China has grown rapidly, creating a channel for resources investments and growth in commodity exports.

The high Australian dollar has hurt the manufacturing sector, while the services sector is the largest part of the Australian economy, accounting for about 70% of GDP and 75% of jobs. Australia was comparatively unaffected by the global financial crisis as the banking system has remained strong and inflation is under control. Australia has benefited from a dramatic surge in its terms of trade in recent years, stemming from rising global commodity prices.

Australia is a significant exporter of natural resources, energy, and food. Australia's abundant and diverse natural resources attract high levels of foreign investment and include extensive reserves of coal, iron, copper, gold, natural gas, uranium, and renewable energy sources.

A series of major investments, such as the US$40 billion Gorgon Liquid Natural Gas project, will significantly expand the resources sector. Australia is an open market with minimal restrictions on imports of goods and services. The process of opening up has increased productivity, stimulated growth, and made the economy more flexible and dynamic.

Australia plays an active role in the World Trade Organization, APEC, the G20, and other trade forums. Australia has bilateral free trade agreements (FTAs) with Chile, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, and the US, has a regional FTA with ASEAN and New Zealand, is negotiating agreements with China, India, Indonesia, Japan, and the Republic of Korea, as well as with its Pacific neighbors and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and is also working on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement with Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the US, and Vietnam.

Source: World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency

Transportation

Airports: 480
Railways: 38,445 km
Roadways: 823,217 km
Waterways: 2,000 km
Merchant marine: 41
Major Ports and terminals  
    seaports: Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Fremantle, Geelong, Gladstone, Hobart, Melbourne, Newcastle, Port Adelaide, Port Kembla, Sydney
    dry bulk cargo ports: Dampier (iron ore), Dalrymple Bay (coal), Hay Point (coal), Port Hedland (iron ore), Port Walcott (iron ore)
    container ports Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney

Source: World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency

Australian Trade & Export Statistics

In 2012-13, the balance of trade recorded a deficit of $17.9 billion, a rise of $14.8 billion on the deficit of $3.1 billion recorded in 2011.

Australia's goods and services exports fell 4.5 per cent to $301.5 billion in 2012-13. Export volumes grew 6.0 per cent while export prices fell 9.9 per cent. The growth in export volumes was led by Minerals and fuels exports. These exports grew by 9.8 per cent in 2012-13. Minerals export volumes grew by 10.2 per cent while Fuels export volumes grew by 7.6 per cent. Rural export volumes also grew 8.7 per cent in 2012-13.

Exports of Primary products (which accounted for 61.3 per cent of total exports) fell 6.7 per cent to $184.9 billion in value terms. The major falls were recorded in Fuels (down 11.3 per cent to $67.0 billion), mainly due to a fall in commodity prices (partly offset by increasing export volumes) and Minerals (down 7.2 per cent to $79.4 billion). Exports of Unprocessed food rose 9.9 per cent to $15.2 billion.

Manufactures exports fell 5.2 per cent to $39.5 billion (due to a 9.0 per cent fall in STM exports) while Other goods - mainly Gold and Confidential items of trade - decreased 6.2 per cent. Services exports rose 3.7 per cent to $52.4 billion.

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia's export in goods and services 2012-13

Australia's top 10 export markets (AU$ mln)

  Goods Services Total % share
China 77,973 6,662 84,635 28.1
Japan 46,481 2,101 48,582 16.1
Republic of Korea 19,116 1,698 20,814 6.9
United States 9,022 5,507 14,529 4.8
India 11,418 1,844 13,262 4.4
New Zealand 7,309 3,559 10,868 3.6
Singapore 6,420 3,584 10,004 3.3
United Kingdom 5,520 3,927 9,447 3.1
Taiwan 7,531 647 8,178 2.7
Malaysia 5,197 1,663 6,860 2.3
Total exports 249,088 52,411 301,499 100.0

Source: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Australia's top 25 exports, goods and services, (AU$ mln)

Rank Commodity Value 5 year trend growth (%)
1 Iron ore & concentrates 57,082 23.7
2 Coal 38,640 6.1
3 Gold 13,608 2.9
4 Education-related travel services 14,461 1.6
5 Natural gas 14,271 16.2
6 Personal travel (excl education) services 12,583 0.7
7 Crude petroleum 9,719 3.4
8 Wheat 6,750 16.7
9 Aluminium ores & conc (incl alumina) 5,565 -1.9
10 Copper ores & concentrates 5,352 7.7
11 Beef, f.c.f. 5,053 1.6
12 Business travel services 4,189 10.2
13 Professional services 4,110 2.4
14 Aluminium 3,593 -7.4
15 Technical & other business services 3,468 0.0
16 Medicaments (incl veterinary) 3,416 -0.8
17 Copper 3,110 3.0
18 Refined petroleum 2,927 -1.5
19 Cotton 2,696 51.2
20 Meat (excl beef), f.c.f. 2,522 3.6
21 Wool & other animal hair (incl tops) 2,473 3.2
22 Passenger transport services (c) 2,332 -9.1
23 Oil-seeds & oleaginous fruits, soft 2,321 44.0
24 Other transport services (d) 2,305 0.9
25 Alcoholic beverages 2,000 -6.9
  Total 301,499 5.2

Source: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Top 10 countries for Australian food exports (AU$ mln)

Food exports % share of all ood exports
Japan 46,481 2,101
China 77,973 6,662
Indonesia 2,436 7.7
United States 2,347 7.4
South Korea 2,157 6.8
New Zealand 1,423 4.5
Malaysia 970 3.1
Saudi Arabia 938 3.0
Hong Kong 912 2.9
United Arab Emirates 861 2.7

Source: Department of Agriculture

Australian export reviews by industy

Australian wine export Australian livestock export Australian dairy export Australian apple & pear export

Quick Stats
  • About 22,000 tonnes of dairy products, 83% of it as butter, worth about $112 million, was exported to Russia in 2012/13, which represents a total of 4% of Australian dairy exports.
  • In 2011 Australia was the fifth largest exporter of live cattle but the second largest exporter of live sheep and the 13th largest exporter of live goats.
  • 2012-13 was the third straight year of rising food exports, up 6.2 per cent to $31.1 billion. Exports of wheat increased 6.3 per cent to $6.8 billion; exports vegetables, fruit and nuts rose 19.0 per cent to $2.2 billion.
  • In fiscal year 2012-13, Australia's total trade with China was valued at $A 129.5 billion (just under 24% of our total trade in goods and services), making China by far the most important single market for Australian exports.
  • Trade between Australia and India grew by 24.6 percent per year between 2000 and 2009, making India Australia's tenth-largest two-way trading partner and fifth-largest export market.
  • Five of Australia's 10 biggest live cattle export ports are in WA - Fremantle, Broome, Wyndham, Geraldton and Port Hedland.
  • Mainland China remains Tasmania's largest export market with over $644 million in 2012-2013. The United States of America is the second largest export market followed by Taiwan, India, Japan and Malaysia.
  • The leading export markets for Australian apples in 2013 were Papua New Guinea, UK, Malaysia and Thailand; for pears - New Zealand, Indonesia and Canada.
  • The key food and fibre industries for Victoria's exports in 2012-13 were grain and dairy accounting for 43% of the total value of food and fibre exports.
  • Australia is the world's largest coal exporter, with 78% of the coal we mine sent to over 30 countries. The top five destinations for coal from Australia are Japan, China, South Korea, India and Taiwan.
  • Coal is Australia's second biggest export after iron ore with a value of around $50 billion per annum and the Port of Newcastle is one of the world's biggest coal export hubs shipping 150 mln tonnes last year.
  • Around 25 million cattle are raised for beef in Australia; about 2/3 of the beef is destined for overseas markets. This makes Australia second only to Brazil in beef exports.
  • During the 2013 calendar year, almonds became Australia's first horticultural industry to earn more than of $300 million in annual export revenue.
  • Prior to 2008, the maximum bulk export of all grains in Australia was around 17 million tonnes, but that figure has grown sharply to up to 25 million tonnes during 2011-12, along with around 2.5mt of container exports annually.
  • China is Australia's fourth biggest export market for wine and the biggest for Australian bottled wine exports above $A7.50 per litre.
  • In 2012/13 Tasmania grew 86 per cent of all onions exported by Australia in the same year and was responsible for 52 per cent of the nation's cherry exports.
  • Victoria produces around 65 per cent of Australia's milk, of which 86 per cent is converted for export.
  • Australian mango growers produced more than 40,000 tonnes of fruit in 2012-13 and exported 4842 tonnes of that to mango lovers all over the world.
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Current Buyers Enquiries
From: Australia
I am interested in a quote for sea freight forwarding.
Details below:
- 40' GP
- from Ningbo, China
- to Sydney Australia
- delivery to Castle Hill via trailer
- commodity, cardboard toys
- approx 3000 units
- approx 7.29 tonnes
- approx value $20,000-$25,000
From: Bangladesh
This is Ravin Business manager of Arcadian International. We urgently need a 40 ft container of Navelian Oranges to be imported to Bangladesh. However, we are looking at to import 4/5 container of Oranges every month from Australia.
From: Australia
We are in search of Beef and offal for export to existing customers in Hong Kong.
From: Tuvalu
Do you export salted beef in brine in pails, how many kilo's per pail, how much per to ship a container load 20ft from your location to Funafuti, Tuvalu.
From: Malaysia
I would like to enquire with regards to exporting various frozen seafood to Malaysia, preferably CIF. I would like to know
1) MOQ
2) pricings
3) payment terms
From: Pakistan
We are interested in importing the Kabuli Chickpeas from Australia to Pakistan.

8 mm, 7&8MM Kabuli Chickpeas Grade 1 MD Bagged 50 kg bags per mt C&F Karachi, Pakistan.
From: INDIA
We are interested in Importing Valencia Oranges/ Mandarins from Australia. Our requirements are 19 Kg pack CIF Chennai. India. The Counts are 72 - 80 - 88 Our Plan is to import 5 to 10 40 ft.containers for one month, Please quote a very competitive rate for longstanding business.
From: Egypt
Hello Sir,
I am interested in your product and would like you to send me your price list so that we can have an assessment and place an order once the quality is good.
From: China
We, are Tianjin China based food importer and wholesaler, would like to
engage in purchasing regular containerised shipments.

Products interested frozen or chilled:

Whole chicken
chicken feet,
chicken wings,
chicken parts, etc

Could you please quote us the following:

1. CIF price in AUD to Tianjin port
2. Monthly supply min a container a month
3. Payment terms
4. The origin of chicken ( only buying Australian chicken)
From: Cambodia
I would like to import some of the nut which are almond, walnut, pecan, pistachio, brazil nut, macadamia and other dried fruit. Hence, can you send me the product ranges list and prices please!. or any other related information.
From: Viet Nam
I am currently living in Sydney
My family have Import-Export company in Vietnam
Currently, we have import Rolled Oat from Australian as we are Oats wholesale in Vietnam
Also, we are main supplier to Big C Supermarket in Vietnam
Now, we would like to import Walnut from your company
Please help us with the very first time traded with your company
From: HK
We are looking at 2 loads of In-shell Pistachios. Please advise if you are available supply at present? We need
Specs: 30-32 & 28-30, yield + 47%.
Mechanical Open, Natural Open and closed.
Please quote CNF HK for above all from 2013 crop and 2014 crop.
Appreciate your quick reply!
From: Australia
I would appreciate if you could provide me an estimate of shipping each 20ft and 40ft containers to Chittagong port Bangladesh ex Melbourne (Truganina) at your earliest convenience. Please provide the breakdown of all the costs associated to the shipment except truck loading cost which will be covered by the factory.
From: India
I would like to inquire on the possibilities of exporting Avocado Oil to India from your refineries / farm as I understand there is a growing demand in India and people are keen to make use of avocado in their day today use.

I would like to have some details like the volume that will be available initially to export, price structures for the avocado oil, legal requirements and other information that may be needed to start up a conversation. Should the things are feasible, I would like be a strategic partner to export avocado oil to India and with my potential contacts, I hope to spread the business as much as possible.
From: Australia
We would like to ship books internationally in bulk, store them, and then forward them to customers. Can you assist with this? Main markets would be the UK and US.
From: Indonesia
I am looking for registered black angus calves (3-5 months old) to breed in my small farm and import it to Kuala Namu int`l airport (north sumatera).
From: Pakistan
I am looking to import Ash wood into Pakistan. Can you share any what products you have in stock at this point?
From: India
Good day,
I'm Bismilla from India. I need to know does your company export live sheep and goat to India, what are the basic requirement to place order for livestock, what will be the price and lastly is there any of your distributor in India if yes please provide details.
From: Uk
I am looking for a Australian WAGU supplier.
Are you able to supply to the UK?
From: Australia
I have an inquiry about the price of Kangaroo meat.
We want to test the market with a 20'FCL.
Are you able to give me a FOB per MT price?
From: Australia
I am interesting in exporting seafood product to Lebanon can please provide details and price list, I would like to ACT on this ASAP
From: China
Hi, I am representing a China-base company. We are planning to import oat from Australia, and produce related products in China. What I am looking for includes: prices of buying oats and transportation, companies or farms that have such business, law or protocols, etc.
From: Australia
I would like to export almonds to India. Could you please let me know:
1.What all different varieties are available with their respective prices.
2. How can I get the samples of each variety.
From: australia
Need to discuss movement of book boxes between Japan & Australia. I require a quote including insurance and other costs.
From: Australia
Looking for the best beers in Australia to export to China
From: China
We are beef deep processing company, with factories locating in some central parts of China.

We are searching some reliable beef suppliers from AU.

We are interested to have further contact with you.
From: Philippines
Enquiring about your wild about fruit and wild child range to be exported to Philippine. We would like to get a quote CIF, minimum orders and unit cost.
From: Australia
I have contact in Laos that would like to import frozen Kangaroo Leg Rum on boneless.Would you plaese advice me as to the price of the meat per kilo and costs to export small container to Laos.
From: India
I have gone through your website and seen your Flaxseed Oil Products that you manufacture. I would like to market your product in India since it is very much related to health of human being.
I would like to know your interest in selling your product to India if your production capacity is more than you cater to domestic market.
Awaiting for your kind response.
From: Australia
I am the representative of Methi Ltd. Company which specializes in selling many kinds of seeds in Vietnam country in bulk quantity. Our company is doing business effectively for this field. Our agents are all over the country. We are having reputation as well as branded, so I am writing to enquire if you have the best quality of AUSTRALIA WALNUTS that I want to import in bulk quantity. By the way, I will be in Australia from 11th Dec, 2014 to 26th Dec, 2014. Could I visit your company and take a look at your products’ samples? I’m looking forward to having a long-term cooperation with you, Awaiting your reply ASAP.
From: Vietnam
We are looking for supplier astralia beef to vietnam market with high quantity
please, advised if you can provide us.
From: Australia
Hi Michael,
I was wondering if you could help me out or point me in the right direction. I am looking to have a 20' container load per month of (large) mid-wings and chicken feet.

I currently have pricing for the chicken feet @ AUD$1.08/kg FAS. I am still waiting on another supplier for the mid-wings but would prefer they come from the same place.
From: China
Enquiry chicken feet export to Taiwan. How much per ton for 27 ton.
From: Australia
Hi, i wanted to export kangaroo and crocodile meat to turkey,if you do can you tell me how much we are looking to send 2tonns each every month.
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Hi,

I am interested in importing non-perishable health food products from Australia to Malaysia. Can you kindly assist with the enquiry below

1) Do you provide customs services both in Australia and Malaysia, including advice on import/export duty/license etc and if so what are the charges?
2) What is the minimum quantity to be shipped and cost(from Melbourne or Sydney)?
3) What is the leadtime?
From: vietnam
interested in container prices for sheep, lamb and goat offal. mainly interested in heads and testes. fob melbourne. want to import and distribute in vietnam
From: qatar
we need to import feed barley grains in bulk ,we expect alocal tender for about 52000 mt ton of barley feed or more in coming days, we need to know your capability of supplying such quantity and rates CIF Doha port. we need to clarify to us the procedure of supplying and nature of deal before ,and after tender awarding .
From: south africa
Looking for females 8 and two males camels to breed.
From: Australia
Hi, I would like to enquiry about the price of Forage grain export to Taiwan.
From: China
I am writing to enquire your available products for export to China. (Both branded or OEM)
We are the representative of our client to import a full container load of the skincare products for their retails stores in China. We are really interested in your company and have been told that you are one of the biggest supplier in Australia.

Could you kindly provide me your most updated export price list, catalogue, terms of trade, minimum order for OEM and advise your turnaround timeframe etc. Also, it would be greatly appreciated if you could let me what export documents are required.

My company is located in South Brisbane, and would be happy to have a chat with you on the phone to discuss further. If you have any questions, please let me know and I look forward to hear back from you.
From: japan
I am interested in importing frozen lamb and beef into Japan from Australia through air cargo systems. Thus i was hoping there could be a meeting set up for us (as soon as possible) to discuss the further business.
From: Australia and Vanuatu
I need to supply our client with chicken wings to Vanuatu. I will need frozen wings by the 20 foot container. Can you please assist as this will be ongoing.
From: australia
Dear sir/madam
we are interested to import live cattle,goat and lamb in Bangladesh.
From: China
Hello!
I need the quote of different kind of pistachio nut per ton.My company need about 10 ton.
Please reply me by email as soon as you can.
Thanks!
Your friendly,
Sunny
From: Sri Lanka
We like to import juice bottels from Australia.We would like to know the price and conditions of your co.
From: Australia
I am looking for a quote for sending a 20' container of UHT Milk cartons from Melbourne to New Delhi, India. Are you able to assist please with the freight rates and insurance quote?
From: Australia
We are planning to export walnuts to IRAN and we are wondering to know if you can give us some information as well as final price guide per Kilo or tonne .
From: Hong Kong
I found your details through the Export61 website.
I am representing a buyer whom would like to import Australian carcass beef into Guangzhou China.

My client supplies beef to the restaurant industry in Southern China and has a facility to butcher and distribute.

We have the possibility to purchase one 20ft container of medium quality beef carcass per month for the next 12 months.

I am hoping you are interested in this opportunity and are able to send a quotation including all export costs and sea freight to port of Shenzehn.
From: India
Hi i would like to know to price rough estimate to transport cheek peas, cotton,barely or any other grain from Dubbo NSW region to Sydney port .

And if you can get me separate quote from Sydney pot to Port in India Bhavnagar port.
From: India
We are in liquor trade in India and we plant to shift primarily into Wine marketing & Distribution. We wish to import Table Wines on a regular basis into India. Please let us know of the details of the products that you can supply along with some very aggressive pricing.
From: Spain
I am an International Trade Agent. I request you to send me a quotation of the below listed products, that I require for buyers in the mentioned countries.

Please also include:
a) Delivery time from receipt of purchase order to receipt of your shipment
b) Your terms of payment
c) Commission and terms for trade agent

Shenzhen, China
First trial order will be 2, 40ft containers

Beef
Beef omasum- 2, 40ft containers per month
Beef offals- 2, 40ft containers per month
Beef honeycomb- 2, 40ft containers per month
Beef four quarters- 2, 40ft containers per month
Beef Hind quarters- 2, 40ft containers per month
Beef Shin shanks- 2, 40ft containers per month

All meat products to be frozen
Plant should be authorised to export directly to China
From: australia
We are seeking to purchase chicken feet for export our market are Viet Nam. It would be greatly appreciated if prices can be offer for this product.
From: Australia
I would like to export wheat, barley, lentils, and chickpeas(kabuli) to India. Can you please send me the prices(FOB and CNF).
From: Australia
I would like to export Standard white wheat to India. Please let me know how much these items would cost me to export(FOB and CNF).
From: PNG/Aus
Hi am after quote for 12,000kgs (1 x 20ft container) of frozen chicken wings including freight charges to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Am looking to finalise an order by mid April. Thank you.
From: Cameroon
We are Registered Importer of Canned food & beverages in the Republic of Cameroon, we buy in bulk order and interested to partner with supplier to sell their product canned food and beverages in Cemac Zone,we therefore
wish to have your Canned food list and Its price for our study and place
our order, we understand your products are of good quality and have the necessary document that will permit the sale of your products in our region.
Kind send us your price details for our study.
From: CHINA
PLEASE SEND CIF SHENZHEN CHINA PRICE FOR 40 FEET CONTAINER OF GRADE A BEEF: TENDERLOIN PACKING TWO(2) PICES PER VACUUM BAG;EYE ROUND; AND FOREQUARTER SHIN/SHANK
From: India
We are from India and we run a flour mill for grinding wheat. We would like to import wheat from Australia and we would like to know the delivery rate at our Port in Tuticorin Port, Tamilnadu, India.
From: UAE
Hi Alan, just wondering if you can supply 400,000 MT of hard milling wheat from good old OZ to a Dubai Company which is financially solid please? They need 100,000 MT in 12 weeks for Ramadan delivered to Middle East Country.
From: Australia
Looking to buy chick peas for export to Pakistan. Could you please send me the price list?
From: Turkmenistan
We are traders from Turkmenistan. We are interested in goat and sheep meat supply from Australia.
From: Iran
I am writing to inquire about Barley.

We are an importer in Iran, and currently we are looking for an Australian supplier/producer which could supply us 40,000 mt of Barley. The shipping destination would be Port of Bandar Abbass, Iran.

I would be grateful if you give us your offer or let us know if you had further inquiries.
From: australia
i am looking for beef offal and frozen beef to china. We need around 20 ton -60 ton daily.
From: Australia
We are interested to import large quantities of IQF (Individually Quick Frozen) fresh Australian Abalone.

We would be obliged if you would give us a quotation per kilogram CIF Mawei Fuzhou, China.

Please confirm if your factory has the export licence to China. Below are the different quality types we require :


o IQF Greenlip Abalone First Grade (351g+)

o IQF Greenlip Abalone 1-2/Ib (230g+)

o IQF Greenlip Abalone 2-4/Ib (115g+)

o IQF Greenlip Abalone 6-8/Ib (62g+)

o IQF Blacklip Abalone 1-2 Ib (230g+)

o IQF Blacklip Abalone 2-3/Ib (150g+)

o IQF Blacklip Abalone 3-4/Ib (115g+)

o IQF Blacklip Abalone 6-8/Ib (62g+)

Please provide the prices and availability of quantity and minimum order that you can provide.
From: Australia
I like to enquire your total door to door cost for Sea freight - 20Ft cargo container from Shenzen to Sydney? Also, do you do half load containers?
From: Australia
I'm interested in exporting your Manuka Honey from Australia to China.
Could you provide me your export price list?
From: Australia.
I'd like to ship out (export) a small shipment of 10,000 Litre (bottled) wines to India next month. Kindly provide T&C's and quote for the above.
From: Pakistan
We are interested to import sheep in Lahore city of Punjab (Pakistan) at least up to September 2015 . Could you please inform me:
1) minimum & maximum limit of these live animals you can send
2) their health status
3) approximate price & cost of shipping( eg for any specific number of sheep) and thus aggregated total expanses
From: Kuwait
Please let us know if can you transport livestock to Kuwait or other Persian Gulf countries?
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Quick Export Stats
Australian mango growers produced more than 40,000 tonnes of fruit in 2012-13 and exported 4842 tonnes of that to mango lovers all over the world.
In fiscal year 2012-13, Australia's total trade with China was valued at $A 129.5 billion (just under 24% of our total trade in goods and services), making China by far the most important single market for Australian exports.
Trade between Australia and India grew by 24.6 percent per year between 2000 and 2009, making India Australia's tenth-largest two-way trading partner and fifth-largest export market.
Five of Australia's 10 biggest live cattle export ports are in WA - Fremantle, Broome, Wyndham, Geraldton and Port Hedland.
Mainland China remains Tasmania's largest export market with over $644 million in 2012-2013. The United States of America is the second largest export market followed by Taiwan, India, Japan and Malaysia.
The leading export markets for Australian apples in 2013 were Papua New Guinea, UK, Malaysia and Thailand; for pears - New Zealand, Indonesia and Canada.
The key food and fibre industries for Victoria's exports in 2012-13 were grain and dairy accounting for 43% of the total value of food and fibre exports.
Australia is the world's largest coal exporter, with 78% of the coal we mine sent to over 30 countries. The top five destinations for coal from Australia are Japan, China, South Korea, India and Taiwan.
Coal is Australia's second biggest export after iron ore with a value of around $50 billion per annum and the Port of Newcastle is one of the world's biggest coal export hubs shipping 150 mln tonnes last year.
Around 25 million cattle are raised for beef in Australia; about 2/3 of the beef is destined for overseas markets. This makes Australia second only to Brazil in beef exports.
During the 2013 calendar year, almonds became Australia's first horticultural industry to earn more than of $300 million in annual export revenue.
Prior to 2008, the maximum bulk export of all grains in Australia was around 17 million tonnes, but that figure has grown sharply to up to 25 million tonnes during 2011-12, along with around 2.5mt of container exports annually.
In 2012/13 Tasmania grew 86 per cent of all onions exported by Australia in the same year and was responsible for 52 per cent of the nation's cherry exports.
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