Wednesday 26th Sep, 2018
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Is it time for a public inquiry into port practices?

The United States leads the way in a public review of port practices, writes TRAVIS BROOKS-GARRETT

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Infrastructure charges threaten shipping line THC revenue in Australia

Stevedores in Australia are now recovering their costs from landside users, so should Australian shippers still be paying Terminal Handling Charges (THCs) to shipping lines, asks TRAVIS BROOKS-GARRETT

INDUSTRY OPINION: The Global Green Freight Agenda

The Australian logistics industry will be subject to major environmental reform, whether we like it or not, writes TRAVIS BROOKS-GARRETT

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INDUSTRY OPINION: The real costs of accommodating bigger ships in Australia

The productivity benefits of larger ships should be shared with Australia’s shippers, writes TRAVIS BROOKS-GARRETT*

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Booking Cancellation Fees – are they fair?

Accountability should exist for both shippers and shipping lines, writes TRAVIS BROOKS-GARRETT*

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Is 2017 the year that Australia lost control of its supply chain costs?

Competition law amendments may re-write shipping regulation in this country, writes TRAVIS BROOKS-GARRETT*

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Inland ports seeking formal designation

FOR the last 12 months, Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) has provided input into work by the Department of Immigration…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Addressing the structural challenges of Australia’s international supply chain

EARLIER in the year, the Australian Peak Shippers Association (APSA) was swamped with concerns regarding a “capacity recession” on exports…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Major equipment shortage impacting agri-exporters

The Australian Peak Shippers Association (APSA) has received urgent feedback from our agri-exporter members regarding a major shortage of equipment…
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