Monday 19th Mar, 2018

Transport boost for Vic economy

A “STRONG pipeline of infrastructure” investment is driving Victoria’s economy, the state government says, with new figures showing a rise…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Office of National Intelligence keeps us guessing on traditional customs responsibilities

Customs as we once knew it will soon be distant a memory. Is the new order too radical or a logical progression aligned to our contemporary security and economic environment, asks PAUL ZALAI*

Rail maintenance slows Rio, big dividend still likely

Mining giant Rio Tinto has reduced production guidance to the lower-end of its earlier forecasts, but shareholders are still expecting…
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Cargo boost from Virgin’s Melbourne – Hong Kong service

AIR freight from Victoria is in for a boost with the announcement of a new Virgin service between Melbourne and…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: How automated vehicles will transform freight logistics in Australia

IN NOVEMBER 2016, Australia’s transport ministers decided to reform vehicle regulations so fully automated vehicles will be allowed to travel…
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German logistics firm takes over Aussie company

GERMAN logistics firm Rhenus Group is expanding into Australia as it founds Rhenus Logistics Australia with the purchase of O’Brien…
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DP World extends paperwork deadline for carriers

DP WORLD Australia has extended the deadline for truckies to return their Carrier Access Agreements (CAA) for Port Botany terminal…
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Maersk operations getting “close to normal” after cyber-attack

MAERSK is still working to get operations back to normal after last week’s Petya cyber-attack put many of the global…
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