Two Sydney men have been charged over the importation of more than 11 kilograms of cocaine from Chile.
The drugs were found last month after a shipping container arrived in Port Botany and authorities identified anomalies in the alternator inside.
Australian Border Force officers found a component of the alternator was made from fibreglass to look like metal.
Further examination of the compartment identified 10 packages wrapped in silver tape with the white power testing positive for cocaine.
Search warrants were executed in relation to the shipment on Friday with a 37-year-old Dundas man, and a 51-year-old Chilean national arrested and charged with drug offences.
They are set to appear in Parramatta Local Court on Saturday.