Thursday 22nd Nov, 2018
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Kalmar delivers cranes to DPWA

FOUR Kalmar rubber-tyred gantry cranes have arrived in Australia from China. According to Kalmar, the RTGs arrived at Port Botany…
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Wharfies raise money for “hero” bosun

THE Maritime Union says its members have raised $5000 for the bosun who helped rescue a stricken wharfie from waters…
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INDUSTRY OPINION: The Trans-Pacific Partnership “re-imagined” no longer a mirage?

TO ADAPT one of the literary world’s great quotes it would appear that ‘the news of the death of the TPP…
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SA looks to India to increase trade

WINE, water and manufacturing were on the agenda for South Australia’s business mission to India last week. Led by SA…
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Air cargo ramps up between MEL and HKG

INCREASED air-cargo capacity on the Melbourne-Hong Kong route is a benefit of Virgin Australia’s new daily service between the two…
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Photo: John Kaus; credit SEALS

Controlling steaks: Singaporean company buys SEALS stakes

TERRITORIAN livestock exporter South East Asian Livestock Services (SEALS) and Yarra Corporation have announced a partnership, as the Singapore-based Yarra…
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PM encourages Hong Kong links

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has highlighted trade links between Australia and Hong Kong during his visit to the island territory…
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Steven Ciobo, minister for trade, tourism and investment. Photo: DFAT

APEC a chance to revive TPP, Ciobo believes

TRADE minister Steven Ciobo believes the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in Da Nang, Vietnam, can revitalise the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The…
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