$12m rail-access upgrade complete at Burnie

Rail access has been improved to the port of Burnie in Tasmania, thanks to a $12 million upgrade, an initiative funded by government and the private sector

Infrastructure and regional development minister, the Hon. Warren Truss MP, Acting Prime Minister, announced the completion of the Burnie Port Optimisation Project on Friday.The port’s existing rail...

Are there realistic solutions to meet export container weight regulations?

Paul Zalai discusses some developments ahead of the implementation date for container weighing, approximately six months from now

The Grill – Wil Grullemans

From the print edition November 26, 2015

Looking back in maritime history, 20 years ago

From the print edition November 26, 2015

Parties jostle in lead-up to committee report

From the print edition November 26, 2015

Ichthys LNG project one step closer to production phase

From the print edition November 26, 2015

Massive rig to anchor off Portarlington

Tugboats, an anchor-handling vessel and a semi-submersible vessel will be required to get a giant rig from the waters off Victoria up to tropical Singapore

Kuehne + Nagel expands seafreight solutions

An online booking system for air freight has been expanded to handle sea cargo

SAL welcomes consultation before competition law changes

There are differing views about competition law amendments, with Shipping Australia looking for further consultation, while shippers talk of the need for change

Shipping measures cut more CO2 emissions than most nations, says ICS

Industry cut total CO2 emissions by more than 10% between 2007 and 2012