Tuesday 25th Sep, 2018
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Bunker costs sting CMA CGM in Q2 2018

The company’s Q2 financial report shows a decline in EBIT despite an increase in volumes

Photo: Port of Brisbane Corporation

INDUSTRY OPTINION: The container yard – bright future, or no future?

Change is coming to the land-side operations at ports, but only the future can tell exactly what this change will entail, writes Tomi Tuulkari*

Ocean Network Express

ONE reveals 2020 sulphur limit plans

The company aims to start complying with the regulation before the 2020 date

Photo: CMA CGM

French container behemoth inaugurated

The new CMA CGM Antoine de Saint Exupery was feted in a special ceremony

Southern Cross Maritime

Mizzen welcomes Evergreen

The online booking platform has increased its business share

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ICS represents shipowners, speaking ahead of UN negotiations

The negotiations are focusing on the future of ocean governance

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Construction on first Inland Rail section gets green light

State and federal governments have given environmental approval for the Parkes to Narromine section of Inland Rail


BIOSECURITY: Season of the stink bug is upon us

The import industry has been gearing up for the challenge of keeping Australian shores safe from the menace of the brown marmorated stink bug