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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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Christmas nears as Fremantle Port at record levels

The W.A. Port Operations Task Force has issued December’s media release advising that container throughput at Fremantle Port has been at record levels during the…

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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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Chinese New Year 2014

Chinese New Year is a fantastic time of the year. It’s full of colour, excitement and tradition. It is the time to eat, celebrate, cleanse…

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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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Woman charged as prohibited weapons seized

An investigation carried out by the NSW Police Force and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) has uncovered an import of prohibited weapons….

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Emirates’ new cargo terminal in Dubai

Emirates’ new cargo terminal in Dubai is set to reach completion of its first stage this month. After this milestone is met, the cargo handling…

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Pushed for space in your yard or warehouse?

Are you pushed for storage space at this time of year? Need a semi-permanent or permanent arrangement to help alleviate pressure in your yard? EES…

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Five weird ways to re-use shipping containers

Last week we showed you our top 5 ways to re-use shipping containers. Today we bring you the strangest ways to re-use containers. Let’s start…

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Taiwan Ports set for expansion

The ports of Taipei and Kaohsiung in Taiwan are set for expansion and upgrading. With the launch of the government’s Free Economic Pilot Zone (FEPZ),…

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