Tuesday 24th Apr, 2018
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Melbourne container throughput steady

Throughput numbers for Melbourne’s containerised cargo revealed an increase on the same month last year

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Hapag-Lloyd gets on the green bandwagon

The company aims to achieve significant reductions in its carbon emissions

Larger ships soon could be calling at Geraldton in WA

Live exports trigger war of words out west

A BRUISING battle has developed in Western Australia with state agriculture minister Alannah MacTiernan slamming comments from an industry body…
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Class action proposed against Brambles

The logistics company has vowed to “vigorously defend any action if filed”

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IMO emissions agreement welcomed by Wärtsilä

The Finnish marine and energy technology company says there is no single solution for decarbonising the shipping sector.

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Freo container trade sees March increases

More shipping containers moved through the port in March than in February

Forward managing directors Jorge Posbeyikian (left) and Jorge Buchter.

WiseTech acquires more overseas companies

The Aussie logistics software company announced it acquired two South American companies, and one headquartered in France

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Warren Truss named ARTC chair

The former deputy PM and infrastructure minister is taking the helm of the entity tasked with managing the country’s interstate rail network

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CMA CGM reaches agreement to acquire stake in CEVA

The announcement coincides with CEVA’s announcement of an IPO