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The true price of an overweight container

With the new laws regarding road transportation due to take effect next month, EES Shipping would like to share with you the problems resulting from…

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Tauranga VS Auckland

Two of New Zealand’s biggest ports are currently arguing over who is the best. The dispute began when, Morningstar rated the Port of Tauranga as…

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Vibrant Library made of shipping containers

February 7, 2014 , , 0 Comments

Made from seven shipping containers, this colourful library stands out in Batu, Indonesia. Built as high as the tree tops surrounding it, the third level…

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Vessels collide in Singapore

Let’s hope that next week is a better one for the Port of Singapore. On the 29th & 30th January respectively there were two collisions…

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Coca Cola and shipping containers

Today we would like to shine a light on this fantastic invention. The Coca-Cola Company, together with DEKA R&D, and other critical partners including development…

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Puma City

EES love shining the light on used shipping containers being repurposed in a positive way. Today we would like to introduce you to Puma City. …

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Chain of Responsibility / Container weight declarations

The Chain of Responsibility legislation was passed by Western Australian Government in May 2012. With the legislation is due to take effect from March 2014…

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Australian Customs to increase cargo screening

Customs chief Mike Pezzullo stood alongside Immigration Minister Scott Morrison last week to unveil and $88 million upgrade to the screening and inspection of international…

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NYC SuperPier

It’s a bird … It’s a plane… No, it’s the SuperPier! Once used as a portal to move cargo into New York City, the Hudson…

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Rotterdam Port receives nine new cranes

Last weekend the Port of Rotterdam received a huge shipment – nine new Super Post Panamax container cranes. This was the first time that a…

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