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Containers used to ease homelessness in the U.K.

EES have bought you many ways that containers are being re-purposed in today’s recyclable world.  They’ve been used to house prisoners, made into schools and…

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Lego ship finally available

January 9, 2014 , , , 0 Comments

Shipping Nerds have rejoiced hearing the news that, at long last, the LEGO version of the world’s largest ship is now on sale. It appears…

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The enormous Port of Shanghai

Did you watch the morning news on your big screen TV this morning? Make some toast in your new toaster?  Trip over your kid’s toys? …

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K-line change in Terminal – Important Notice

EES have been recently advised by K-line that, effective from their next vessel’s arrival into Fremantle, their vessels will now be discharged at Patrick’s Terminal. …

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Old vs New container ships – what a difference!

Container ships sure have changed a lot. The world’s first purpose-built container vessel was built in 1955, and in the last 58 years they have…

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Ever thought of a cruise on a container ship?

With your carbon footprint being almost completely “carbon neutral” hopping aboard a container ship for a cruise is a fantastic and eco-friendly way to travel….

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Shipping containers used to house prisoners

The Victorian prison system has been put under pressure this year due to an 11 per cent growth in prisoner population. The number of incarcerated…

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Piracy in 2013

Piracy is a significant threat to the international maritime industry. As of the 25th November 2013 there has been 234 incidents worldwide, including 12 hijackings….

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Dolls seized at U.S. Ports

Children in the U.S. won’t be unwrapping these dolls on Christmas morning. More than 200,000 dolls – imported from China to the U.S. – have…

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Australia welcomes new Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement

Australia Trade Minister Robb and his Korean counterpart, Trade Minister Yoon, concluded negotiations on Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement in early December 2013. Korea is Australia’s…

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