Thursday 13th Dec, 2018
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Runaway train triggers training message

A grain train travelling from Bogan Gate reached speeds of more than 100kmh in a 30kmh zone


DPWA defends rope safety record

Max Kruse says upgraded maintenance measures and extra texting will ensure rope management improvements

Mike- Gallacher (right) with Peter van Duyn.
David Sexton

There are votes in freight, says Ports Oz boss

An ICHCA lunch in Melbourne was the perfect opportunity to discuss many of the big issues pertaining to the movement of freight in Australia

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Changes at North P&I Club in Asia

The long-serving director of North P&I in Hong Kong has decided it is time to put up his feet


Changes to proposed biosecurity import levy raise industry ire

DAWR has proposed several changes to the biosecurity import levy, which was announced in the last federal budget

Specialist cranes are brought into Melbourne. Credit: DPWA

DPWA close to completing super-crane investment

With bigger ships arriving and stevedoring competition a reality, DPWA has been investing in new quayside technology

Ian Ackerman

New product aims to provide “single point of access”

Across the globe, logistics companies are looking to technology to steal a march on one another


2018 Maritime Awards digital magazine now available

The maritime industry celebrated a busy year in style with a function at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth