Sunday 24th Jun, 2018
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Big cargo for Kembla

PORT Kembla recently welcomed a colossal shipment of three coal stackers and a reclaimer in one of the port’s biggest-ever…
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Shipping Industry Award nominees announced

SUSPENSE is building ahead of the 22nd annual Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards with the announcement earlier this week…
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OUT & ABOUT: Shipping Industry Golf Challenge chips in for charity

MONA Vale Golf Club was again the scene of a battle of epic proportions between the titans of Australia’s shipping…
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THE SHIPPING LIFE: All quiet on the coastal front

IN THE October 5 issue, we included a polite Open Memo for Mr Turnbull and Mr Shorten calling for a…
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Albo recommits to coastal shipping

FEDERAL opposition transport spokesman, Anthony Albanese, has re-committed Labor to a “strengthened shipping policy” if it is returned to government….
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SPECIAL REPORT: Maritime Engineering & Salvage

International body PIANC on the move. Daily Cargo News’ Ian Ackerman recently had a chat with the waterborne transport infrastructure organisation’s new chair, Associate Professor Will Glamore

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LPG bunkering under study

TWO companies have agreed to continue studying the potential for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to be used as a bunker…
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Deal aims to protect Tassie coast

MARITIME and Safety Tasmania (MAST) has awarded Australian Maritime Systems Group a five-year contract to maintain the state’s huge network…
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