Thursday 22nd Nov, 2018
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Capes ride out the squall

DESPITE some small disruption in trading mid-last week, the overall week-on-week trend was positive, Allied Shipbroking reported. “The late week…
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November deadline for Coastal Trading submissions

INDUSTRY and other stakeholders have until November 13 to make submissions on the federal government’s Coastal Trading (Revitalising Australian Shipping)…
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Bass Island Line announces website relaunch

BASS Island Line, the Tasports subsidiary tasked with ensuring shipping services to King Island, has announced a website upgrade. This…
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Rio has invested millions over the last several years on its Mine of the Future program. Photo: Rio Tinto

INFOGRAPHIC: Rio’s first unmanned train a big step towards 360mtpa

MINING giant Rio Tinto’s first unmanned train as part of its AutoHaul program is a major step towards its goal…
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Hidding trumpets Tasports revival

A $4.8m profit from Tasports has prompted a bullish response from infrastructure minister Rene Hidding who has argued it is…
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King coal sees TasRail tops three million tonnes

A RISE in coal volumes has helped TasRail exceed three millions tonnes in freight during 2016-17, the first time this…
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Transhipments boost Tauranga trade

BIGGER ships and transhipments have boosted trade at the large kiwi port of Tauranga, management says. Port of Tauranga has…
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