Looking back in maritime history, 20 years ago

From the print edition November 26, 2015

This time 20 years ago, police were investigating the death of one of five Indonesian crew members who jumped overboard from the Panamanian-registered bulk carrier Glory Cape, about 18km north-west of...

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

Strengthening trans-Tasman trade

From the print edition November 26, 2015

G6 alliance headed for choppy waters

NOL sale and Cosco-China Shipping merger set to cut G6 capacity share

China’s 10 biggest ports handled fewer containers in October

Volumes drop as exports fall for a fourth straight month