Friday 16th Nov, 2018
Photo: Ian Ackerman

More TEUs through Botany in July

CONTAINERISED cargo at Port Botany has been chugging along nicely, the latest trade statistics released by NSW Ports reveal. Total…
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As tariffs fall, exporters to Indonesia stand to benefit

TRADE with Indonesia is getting cheaper, with the recent announcement tariffs for Australian sugar would be slashed, and negotiations for…
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Two companies have designed an LNG-fuelled bulker. Photo: Ian Ackerman

Newcastle throughput booming

PORT of Newcastle has handled an increasing amount of freight over the first eight months of this calendar year. The…
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Sweet deal sees Indonesia-Australia tariffs tumble

INDONESIAN tariffs on imported Australian raw sugar are to be slashed while Australia is scrapping import duties on Indonesian herbicides…
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Ports Australia on coastal shipping: our way is the (blue) highway

PORTS Australia boss Michael Gallacher gave an impassioned call for coastal shipping reform during his speech at the 28th Biennial…
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Wind farm freight arrives at Cairns

GENERAL cargo ship Erna Oldendorff (IMO 9717670) arrived at Port of Cairns this morning (20 September) carrying tower sections for…
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GAC Australia moves into logistics sector

SHIPPING services company GAC Australia has opened a new consolidation warehouse in Perth, firm’s first foray into the logistics business…
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Sailor sculpture unveiled in Fremantle

A THREE metre sculpture of a sailor was unveiled today as part of the Australian Sailor Monument, honouring the contribution…
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Minister talks trade in China

TRADE minister Steven Ciobo was in China last week discussing the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) with the country’s commerce…
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