Sunday 23rd Sep, 2018

Botany’s container trade up, yet down

TOTAL container throughput at Port Botany for the month of June came to 199,358 TEU, according to the latest statistics…
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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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Chester in China

INFRASTRUCTURE minister Darren Chester says he is looking forward to discussions with senior Chinese leaders, with talks expected to touch…
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New reach-stackers for Napier

NAPIER Port has just put into operation new container handlers, with more on order as throughput picks up at the…
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SPECIAL REPORT: Port Design, Construction and Dredging

WHEN 600 people living in a remote archipelago rely on sea transport as their lifeline to the outside world, it…
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Tonnes of drugs seized in Sydney sea cargo since March

MORE than 370kg of methamphetamine precursor ephedrine has been seized by authorities in three separate sea cargo shipments to Sydney…
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Unions rally in Newcastle

MEMBERS of the Maritime Union and the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union staged a rally at Carrington, Newcastle on Tuesday. The…
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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*