Monday 20th Nov, 2017
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Port Hedland’s channel markers marked for upgrade

Ageing navigation aids at Port Hedland are slated to be replaced with contracts awarded for the works. Thirty-five offshore channel…
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New marine cadetship program to commence in the Pilbara

PILBARA Ports Authority will next year begin a new marine cadetship program as part of an expansion of operations, which…
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Mainfreight: first half of FY2017-18 falls short of expectations

NEW Zealand-based logistics giant Mainfreight’s financial results for the first half of the current financial year were good, but not…
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Sydney pilot cutter crews to down tools again

CREWS of pilot cutters in Port Jackson and Port Botany are due to down-tools again in a protracted enterprise agreement…
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SA looks to India to increase trade

WINE, water and manufacturing were on the agenda for South Australia’s business mission to India last week. Led by SA…
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Access Customs Services snapped up by Seabridge

SEABRIDGE Group has entered into an agreement for its global logistics business to acquire Victorian customs brokerage Access Customs Services…
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Amphibious Cuban tree-o stopped at the border

A TRIO of Cuban tree frogs stowed away in a container from the US were discovered by an eagle-eyed importer…
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Better facilities needed to attract more Antarctic shipping to Hobart

TASPORTS said its Hobart facilities may struggle to meet demand for more Antarctic support activities, according to its recent submission…
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NQBP teams up with JCU to monitor water quality

NORTH Queensland Bulk Ports and James Cook University have teamed up to monitor marine water quality and habitat around several…
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