In this week’s episode of The DCN Weekly, we look at the Victorian government’s release of a 30-year port plan developed following an independent review of the state’s port system.

We explore other top stories including the Australian Maritime Safety Authority’s decision to ban a Liberian-flagged tanker after receiving a complaint about crew underpayment and welfare issues onboard.

Also in the news, Melbourne-based port logistics specialist Silk Logistics acquired Fremantle Freight & Storage Group, and Pilbara Ports Authority and Yara Clean Ammonia signed an agreement to facilitate the uptake of clean ammonia as a marine fuel in the Pilbara.

The DCN Weekly is a new podcast from Daily Cargo News, providing a regular roundup of the biggest stories in Australian shipping and maritime logistics.

The DCN Weekly podcast is published to our website at the end of each week and included in each Monday’s newswire.

Thanks for listening.