Monday 20th Aug, 2018
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Yang Ming adds to its orderbook

The company has ordered 10 newbuild container ships

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Possible threat to live exports staved off with regulation

There was concern a court injunction could cause animals to be stuck on a ship before it leaves port

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Future-proofing the nation’s strategic maritime skills

Australia’s capacity to participate in global trade and meet safety and environmental standards is reliant upon professional shipping expertise, writes Theresa Lloyd*

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WiseTech heads to LA with acquisition

The logistics software company has acquired yet another overseas company

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews. Credit Office of Daniel Andrews

VIC Premier commits $4m to heavy vehicle driver training

Daniel Andrews said his government would help fund the training if Labor wins the November election

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Government looking at tobacco tax changes

The measure is an effort to crack down on the illicit tobacco trade

L to R: Stephen Bradford, TasPorts chairman ; Jeremy Rockliff, state infrastructure minister; Paul Weedon, TasPorts CEO. Photo: TasPorts

TasPorts releases Port Master Plans

The plan includes more than $200m to “future proof” Tasmania’s ports

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Inland Rail community committee established for QLD section

The committee is the fifth and final consultative body for the Queensland sections of the freight rail corridor