Saturday 17th Nov, 2018

THE SHIPPING LIFE: Navigating the high seas

Our Tasmanian flop EVERYTHING in our business didn’t always turn out to be beer and skittles, far from it, but in any dynamic business…
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Photo: Jim Wilson

INDUSTRY OPINION: Booking Cancellation Fees – are they fair?

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


Quick actions of crew avert major ship fire at Tauranga

FAST action by crew prevented a ship’s fire becoming a major conflagration, Kiwi emergency services say. The fire on board…
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Photo: Ian Ackerman

More TEUs through Botany in July

CONTAINERISED cargo at Port Botany has been chugging along nicely, the latest trade statistics released by NSW Ports reveal. Total…
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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 presentation to…
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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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Photo: David Sexton

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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Shipping Awards - generic - table settings - staff - credit Lloyd's List Australia (6)

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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