Thursday 13th Dec, 2018

Coal drives Queensland exports

QUEENSLAND was the country’s second-largest exporter of merchandise by value, accounting for 24.1% of Australia’s goods exports in 2016-17, according…
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Iron ore is still king in WA

WESTERN Australia was the country’s largest exporter by value, accounting for 42.5% of Australia’s goods exports in 2016-17, according to…
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Ian Ackerman

January’s container trade through Melbourne up on Jan 2017

PORT of Melbourne handled more containers last month than it did in January 2017, but throughput decreased on December. Containerised…
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Bulk port to boost mine and farm exports

MINERAL and grain exports will be the beneficiaries of a new bulk port in the Spencer Gulf, the South Australian…
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Competition in Pilotage in Melbourne

SIR, International shipping is a highly competitive business, our members are accustomed to tough competition, and in principle they will…
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Australian cadets becoming extinct, says a DCN reader. Photo: Laurie Smith

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Coastal Shipping lack of job opportunities

SIR, I wrote earlier this year in regards to the lack of opportunities for young Australians to embark on a…
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NYK signs charter deal for a methanol-fuelled methanol tanker

SINGAPORE-based NYK Bulkship (Asia) has signed a long-term charter contract with Waterfront Shipping Company (WFS) for a new-build methanol carrier…
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Dry bulker welcomed to Melbourne

PORT of Melbourne has welcomed a new bulker to its waters with the recent arrival of the Nord Colorado. Nord…
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