Monday 24th Sep, 2018
Michael Gallacher at the Ports Australia Biennial Conference 2018, Darwin. Ian Ackerman/DCN

Ports Australia Biennial Conference brings together industry voices

Speakers covered a wide range of issues facing Australia’s ports over the first full day of the conference, held in Darwin

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‘Population’ a welcome addition to Urban Infrastructure portfolio, says ALC

Population growth is having a big impact upon many in the freight and logistics community

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Dredging reduced at Lyttelton thanks to DUKC tech

Technology has helped minimise the amount of dredging required for a major kiwi capital works program

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CTAA Melbourne ‘Container Matters’

Some of the key questions surrounding container movements are to be thrashed out

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DCN Directory up and running

The Directory is your one-stop-shop for contacts and more for anyone and everyone in the Australian maritime industry

L to R: Stephen Bradford, TasPorts chairman ; Jeremy Rockliff, state infrastructure minister; Paul Weedon, TasPorts CEO. Photo: TasPorts

TasPorts releases Port Master Plans

The plan includes more than $200m to “future proof” Tasmania’s ports

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Inland Rail community committee established for QLD section

The committee is the fifth and final consultative body for the Queensland sections of the freight rail corridor

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Ro-ro coming to Mackay

The port is slated to see its first ro-ro trade later in August