Saturday 22nd Sep, 2018
Photo: Maersk

Maersk to introduce BAF a year ahead of 2020 sulphur cap

The company is to implement a new bunker adjustment factor surcharge starting next year

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Tassie is on a mission to China

The Apple Isle has launched a trade mission to Asia to help boost its agricultural exports

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Port plays landlord

Property leases are expected to be a useful source of revenue at the Port of Melbourne

Fremantle Ports

WESTERN AUSTRALIA SPECIAL REPORT: Making hay while the sun shines

Change is a constant at Fremantle Port… as one trade sets over the Indian Ocean, another rises in its stead.

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Maritime lawyers head for the hills

They might be up in the hills, but this group of lawyers will be fixated upon what happens at sea

L to R: Jay McKenzie (Bob Wood Cruise Group); Grant Gilfillan (chair, ACA); Jill Abel (CEO, ACA), Thor Elliott (Fremantle Ports); Anne McVilly (Port Arthur Historic Site) and Christine Cole (Tourism WA). Not pictured are Martin Bidgood (Intercruises) and Scott Lovett (Tourism NT).

Australian Cruise Association elects new committee

The West Australian township of Broome hosted the Australian Cruise Association’s annual conference

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Rail freight funding to help grain get to Port of Melbourne

Funding for planning has been approved for the Shepparton rail line freight upgrade

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Ports Australia signs up to World Ports Sustainability Program

The program aims to co-ordinate sustainability efforts of ports around the world