Agriculture Department issues stinkbug warning

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

They’re back!Stink bugs, those smelly little critters that emit the foulest stench, are again making their presence in the shipping logistics scene.Heightened biosecurity measures will be in place at...

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

Dynagas Partners eyes first potential FSRU investment

Plans to convert a vessel have been readied but may not be utilised if LNG shipping rates rebound as partnership predicts

OPINION: Broker Licensing – option A, B, C or D … or none of the above!

In a highly competitive environment, customs brokers face increasing costs and emergence of additional compliance requirements. It is essential to minimise the costs for this sector by reviewing government cost recovery processes.

Wirana takes on Norwegian Shipowners' Association support of beaching ban

Singapore-based cash buyer finds stance "difficult to reconcile" with Norway's ratification of Hong Kong convention

CSCL reports in the black, buoyed by better business in the Pacific

Asia-Europe volumes drop 2% but revenues in the arena are down 17%

China Cosco returns to the black with government subsidies

But operating performance still struggling with $297m gross loss in bulker sector

Safety dredging to get underway near Geelong

Owing to a dredging program to begin in Corio Bay, commercial ship masters have been warned to look out for disposal barges.