Monday 24th Sep, 2018
David Sexton

Fully-automated trucks unlikely says US transport leader

Automation is increasingly prevalent but there are limits according to an American transport figure

Photo: Ports of Auckland

Dock worker dies after accident in Auckland

The worker was in a straddle carrier when it overturned

Ian Ackerman

YM Efficiency highlights SOLAS concerns

A CTAA forum in Melbourne’s western suburbs discussed the safe movement of containers on both land and sea


LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The true nature of pilotage

A correspondent takes issue with a recent article about pilotage trends in the Australian context


Kalmar snares former ANL GM

Until recently a senior figure at ANL, Tom Holyman has moved from shipping to the world of landside logistics


Kiwi port opposes industrial changes

The NZ government wants to boost employee and union rights, but not everyone is impressed


FUTURE GENERATIONS: The shipping folk, they are a changin’

Dated perceptions of the shipping industry belie the fact that it is dynamic and rapidly changing, writes Lina Maria Corrigan*


AMC and South Metro TAFE partner on shipbuilding training

Two educational institutions are doing their bit to boost maritime skills