Rotterdam eyes Indonesia deepsea port project

Dutch and Indonesian port authorities to jointly explore development of Kuala Tanjung in North Sumatra

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has inked an agreement with Indonesia Port Corporation Pelindo I to determine the possibility of turning Kuala Tanjung in North Sumatra into a deepsea port.Rotterdam...

GRI relief for Asia-Europe carriers

But lines unable to achieve the jump in freight rates they sought

CMHI expects overseas ports to generate further growth momentum

Development of domestic ports is hampered by the country’s decelerated economy

Patrick wins negligence appeal against former security guard

A former security guard on the Patrick Port Botany site has lost his personal injury lawsuit against Patrick, and also his former employer FBIS, after the companies successfully appealed their earlier loss in court.

Big changes to Swire’s Asia-Pacific Coverage

Swire has changed its Asia Pacific services, adding a new Brisbane service, cutting transit times and increasing Trans-Tasman frequency.

No guarantee of a bright Christmas: VTA

The Victorian Transport Association hints at bearish markets in the lead-up to Christmas.

Agriculture Department issues stinkbug warning

New conditions on the handling of stinkbugs have implications for importers of machinery from the United States.

July jump for Port of Melbourne

Metals, clothes and textiles were among the goods moved through the Port of Melbourne during July leading to an increase in container trade year on year.

Chief of Navy is Keynote Speaker at World Maritime Day Luncheon

Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, will provide his vision of the future on the 22nd of September at Etihad Stadium.

Leading scientist questions IMO focus on black carbon regulation

Black carbon is a health issue, but not a top cause for global warming, says WCRP chief