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Controversial name – awesome concept

Approval has been given in Buffalo, NY for a restaurant to be fashioned out of 8 to 10 pre-loved shipping containers. The name of the…

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Maritime Industry assisting in search for flight MH370

All maritime traffic moving thru the Indian Ocean and South China Sea have been urged to monitor the Maritime Satellite safety messages in an effort…

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Easter Pre-Planning Checklist

Easter will soon be upon us, and with Australia honouring ANZAC Day in the same week, we want to remind all importers of ways to…

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Meet the Team – Amanda Bradfield

This is the first of many installments in our Meet the Team series. As it was my idea to start with (I thought it would…

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Pirate attacks near Singapore

The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) is the first regional government to government agreement promoting and enhancing cooperation against…

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Vessel runs aground on Mykonos Island

Turkish container ship, Yusef Cepnioglu, ran a ground in the early hours of March 8 on the rocks of the Northern tip of Mykonos Island,…

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W.A. Port Operations Task Force – March 2014 update

EES Shipping are valued members of the Western Australian Port Operations Task Force. Our Managing Director, Geoff Hack, attends monthly meetings to discuss all issues…

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EES Shipping and the Leeming Spartans

EES Shipping have sponsored the Spartans for over five years EES Shipping are proud, long time sponsors of the Leeming Spartan Cricket Club. With the…

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Drone Cargo Ships

Robot vessels will look a lot different, as features that are for crew members only can be removed It’s the way of the future. Rolls…

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Free Trade Talks with China, Japan and South Korea gain momentum

Please note that this article has been taken directly from The Australian. CHINESE Premier Li Keqiang has vowed to accelerate a free-trade deal with Australia,…

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