2015 LLOYD’S LIST AUSTRALIA SHIPPING AWARD NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN

It’s time to review your achievements and successes for the year – our nominations process for the 2015 Lloyd’s List Australia Shipping Awards has begun!

To be held at the iconic Dockside Pavilion, Darling Harbour, on Thursday, November 19, our Shipping Awards will play host to the who’s who of the Australian Shipping & Maritime Industries.Master...

Offshore woes drive DSME to $2.1bn second-quarter loss

Cost overruns and project delays to blame for deficit, says South Korean shipbuilding giant

CSCL seals deal for eight boxships

Carriers inks contract for eight 13,500 teu vessels from Shanghai Jiangnan Changxing Shipbuilding

Tasmanian trade advocate tells of testing times

From the print edition July 30, 2015

Chandris and K Line enter time charter with BP for two LNG carriers

The 173,400 cu m vessels will carry LNG cargoes from the US Freeport project

The Grill: Juliette Sperber

From the print edition July 30, 2015

ACCC proposes to exempt two terminals from wheat code

Watchdog’s draft decisions propose two Port Kembla wheat terminals be subject to lower levels of regulation

OPINION: retailers should order early for Christmas

Retailers and importers who want to see their goods in the stores well in time for the summer months and pre-Christmas shopping are urged to order well ahead, says WA Port Operations Task Force.

ACCC exempts third Newcastle wheat port

All three Newcastle bulk wheat port terminals are now exempt from parts of the wheat code

Failure to keep lookout led to yacht / boxship collision

No lookout, no radar and inadequate information from the marine pilots were the root causes of a smash – in clear visibility – between a boxship and a yacht.