Thursday 22nd Nov, 2018
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Rise in capesize rates

CAPESIZE rates have improved lately, mainly caused by cargoes from Brazil, analysts Banchero Costa have reported. According to BC, the…
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DUKC technology taught at Melbourne Uni

CASE studies of OMC International’s DUKC technology are being taught at the University of Melbourne as part of a partnership…
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“Vote Yes”, says MUA

A ‘YES’ vote is being urged by leadership of the Maritime Union in relation to a marriage with the Construction,…
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OUT & ABOUT: Pacific International Lines 50th Anniversary

A REFRESHING warm Melbourne provided a pleasant backdrop for the Pacific International Lines 50th anniversary celebrations. The event was held…
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Infrastructure boosts Vic economy, says Treasurer Tim

SPENDING on infrastructure has contributed to what the Victorian government says was “four solid quarters” of economic activity during 2016-17….
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PIL exec sees recovery signs

GREEN shoots are beginning to appear in the world of global container shipping, PIL deputy chairman Peter Chang believes. Mr…
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Nomination call for Australian shipping’s night of nights

THE call is out for nominations ahead of the 22nd annual Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards. To be held…
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Bollard installation at Melbourne

WORK is underway on the installation of new bollards at Swanson Dock East and West, with a view to easing…
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Regulator in the firing line over DPWA’s Freo surcharge

A NEW infrastructure surcharge imposed on users of the DPWA facility at Fremantle highlights the competition regulator’s inadequacies, an industry…
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