Monday 19th Nov, 2018
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Stevedores don’t have “free pass”

An ACCC official reiterated that the commission has concerns about infrastructure charges, and stevedores’ declining profits shouldn’t give them a “free pass”


Live export industry to be “reset”

After the completion of a review into the live export industry, DAWR says the industry will be “reset” with reforms


Norfolk Island VGM surcharge announced

Neptune Pacific Line said it was to help recover costs associated with compliance with SOLAS regulations

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ACCC’s stevedoring report looks at possible developments at Newcastle, Burnie

The ACCC is still investigating “concerns” about arrangements governing container trade through Newcastle


Transport company whacked with $80,000 penalty

The Fair Work Ombudsman penalised the logistics company for underpaying workers


2019 Australian Biosecurity Awards nominations now open

The awards will be presented as part of the ABARES Outlook Conference in March 2019


OPINION: Australia needs to go nuclear

Captain Harry Mansson argues for nuclear power as an energy source and the spillover for the maritime sector

ACCC chairman Rod Sims. ACCC

ACCC concerned over potential impact of infrastructure charges

As debate rages over the validity of infrastructure fees, the ACCC has hinted at intervention from key state governments