Monday 24th Sep, 2018
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WOMEN IN MARITIME: Raising the bar

Diversity and inclusion is no longer simply about recruitment quota filling, writes Jeanine Drummond

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WORKPLACE RELATIONS: Picketing or community protests… lawful or unlawful?

Ports, stevedoring and logistics operators have been subjected to an increase in picketing activity in recent times. Considering this, lawyer Chris Gianatti explores the contemporary history of the practice

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INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE: Addressing the brain drain

The shipping industry needs to do more to attract talent, writes James Kurz*

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PORT & CONTAINER EQUIPMENT SPECIAL REPORT: New trends in waterfront automation

Sharing of technology is the key to the future in the port equipment sector

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FREIGHT & TRADE ALLIANCE: Industry escalates biosecurity levy concerns

Benefits of a new levy, set to come into force next year, may not be enjoyed by those who pay it, writes FTA’s Travis Brooks-Garrett

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THE GRILL: Kelly McGinty

Kelly McGinty talks inspirational Australians, why “Deadpool” is an amazing movie and getting more women into logistics

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COASTAL SHIPPING SPECIAL REPORT: True believers and the case for a coastal service

Good mates Steve Pelecanos and Denis Gallagher are going where others dare not: they plan on establishing a coastal service for the coast of Queensland.

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RO-RO & CAR CARRIERS SPECIAL REPORT: The ro-ro road to success

Ro-ro is on the rise in Australia – vehicles and equipment for mining and construction are boosting demand for services