Saturday 22nd Sep, 2018
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Kalmar delivers cranes to DPWA

FOUR Kalmar rubber-tyred gantry cranes have arrived in Australia from China. According to Kalmar, the RTGs arrived at Port Botany…
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Excellence recognised at the Australian maritime industry’s night of nights

Daily Cargo News would like to congratulate the following winners from last night’s 22nd Australian Shipping and Maritime Industry Awards….
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Infrastructure boost for Victoria

INFRASTRUCTURE projects have helped boost the economy of Victoria, the state’s government says. The 2017-18 Quarterly Financial Report No. 1,…
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Better facilities needed to attract more Antarctic shipping to Hobart

TASPORTS said its Hobart facilities may struggle to meet demand for more Antarctic support activities, according to its recent submission…
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More money for Hobart Airport as freight predicted to increase

SOME $24 million in Commonwealth funding has been approved towards the $30m Hobart Airport Interchange project as freight movements are…
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Don’t miss out on being a part of the industry’s night of nights

Time is running out to book your spot at the 22nd Australian Shipping and Maritime Industry Awards. To be held on Thursday…
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Newcastle consultant fees prompt spending row

FIGURES showing consultants received almost $25m to help facilitate the private lease of the Port of Newcastle has prompted a…
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ACCC report ignites infrastructure fee debate

PUBLICATION of the ACCC’s Container Stevedore Monitoring Report has prompted debate over the implementation of fees imposed on transport companies…
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