New guidelines released on Tariff Concession orders

An exposure draft has been released by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection on the tricky problems of interpreting Tariff Concession Orders

Guidelines have been issued by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection about the interpretation of Tariff Concession Orders (TCOs).Recent court and tribunal decisions had created...

Vale Andrew Mackinnon

We are sad to report of the passing of small craft skipper and passionate maritime photographer Andrew Mackinnon.

Government announces board of Infrastructure Victoria

The state government has talked up the independent credentials of the board of its new infrastructure body.

Global Young Freight Forwarder competition opens

Nominations from this region are sought by FIATA (the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations) for its global competition.

70m tonne capable Newcastle coal terminal approved

After almost five years of planning, a Newcastle coal export terminal gets the go-ahead

Aurizon could be biggest loser in WICET fallout

Huge cost implications raised over Aurizon-Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal dispute

Winter season service cuts begin

More action needed to reduce capacity, says Drewry

Thirty shipping companies face legal action on OW Bunker futures contracts

Estate argues counterparties should pay up on in-the-money derivatives

Matson closes $75m debt private placement

Proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes

Low-sulphur limits need to be enforced, urge Danish shipowners

Ignoring sulphur emission control area requirements will impact the competitiveness of Danish vessels, owners say