Sunday 22nd Apr, 2018
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THE SHIPPING LIFE: Strains of a life at sea

THERE are so many aspects of this form of existence in the latter parts of the 1900s. Crew didn’t have…
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INFOGRAPHIC: Sugar figures remain sour for cane growers

RETURNS to Australian cane growers are forecast to average 8% less in the 2017/18 season, as a result of a…
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Maritime NZ director, Keith Manch (right) addresses the ICAO/IMO Joint Working Group

Search and rescue leaders meet in Wellington

FOR those working in the provision of life-saving search and rescue services, it’s critical to draw on the resources of colleagues…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Big boys and big toys

What do bigger ships mean for shippers, asks DALE CRISP*

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World Maritime Day is connecting ships, ports and people

TODAY is World Maritime Day, and this year, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has chosen the theme “connecting ships, ports…
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ANL celebrates return to Townsville

ANL Container Line is celebrating its return to the north Queensland market with the official launch of its APR service….
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Rise in capesize rates

CAPESIZE rates have improved lately, mainly caused by cargoes from Brazil, analysts Banchero Costa have reported. According to BC, the…
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THE SHIPPING LIFE: Navigating the high seas

Our Tasmanian flop EVERYTHING in our business didn’t always turn out to be beer and skittles, far from it, but in any dynamic business…
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