Wednesday 13th Dec, 2017
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Blame it on the Panama Canal; ships size growth costly for Port of Melbourne

IT WAS good to see Port of Melbourne CEO Brendan Bourke address the matter of ship sizes in his
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OUT & ABOUT: Pacific International Lines 50th Anniversary

A REFRESHING warm Melbourne provided a pleasant backdrop for the Pacific International Lines 50th anniversary celebrations. The event was held…
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PIL exec sees recovery signs

GREEN shoots are beginning to appear in the world of global container shipping, PIL deputy chairman Peter Chang believes. Mr…
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Nomination call for Australian shipping’s night of nights

THE call is out for nominations ahead of the 22nd annual Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards. To be held…
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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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INDUSTRY OPINION: Data is the new oil – how Big Data is transforming logistics

THE phrase ‘data is the new oil’ has entered the world of freight logistics to suggest a commodity without which the industry grinds to…
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THE SHIPPING LIFE: Australian shipping (from the past to the future)

AFTER all my now concluded focus on shipping past, it is time to address how we can see the future. Australian international shipping is…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Coastal Shipping – the challenge continues

THE long-awaited Government proposal to amend coastal trading legislation has finally hit the Parliament in the form of the Coastal Trading…
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State to increase subsidies to get more Freo freight on rail

THE Western Australian government is aiming to decrease trucks on the roads around Fremantle Port by increasing its freight-on-rail subsidy…
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