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Ocean rates still rising alongside ‘major problems’ for those on the front line

On the 16th October the Shanghai Containerized Freight Index (SCFI) showed a further 10.65-point gain in its comprehensive index to 1,448.87 – 71% higher than…

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Supply of Three Phase Cage Induction Motors

Are you an importer of three phase cage induction motors, or do you import equipment that is fitted with three phase cage induction motors? It…

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MUA will immediately end industrial action at Patrick Terminals

Industry bodies have received advice from Patrick Terminals that after a day and half of talks at the FWC (Fair Work Commission), the MUA (Maritime…

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World Maritime Day 2020

“Sustainable shipping for a sustainable planet” is the World Maritime theme for 2020. This will provide an opportunity to raise awareness of the United Nations’…

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Queen’s Birthday Closure

We wish to advise that our office will be closed on Monday the 28th September in order to honour the Queen’s Birthday. We will re-open…

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Industrial Action at Container Terminals

Please read the following as this is affecting all current deliveries, vessel schedules and upcoming containers for the foreseeable future until the current industrial action…

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Australian Container Safety Launch

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA), Container Transport Alliance Australia (CTAA), and the Australian Peak Shippers Association (APSA), have partnered with the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator…

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Cathay Pacific August Stats

Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon carried a total of 102,122 tonnes of cargo and mail in August, a decrease of 36.7 per cent…

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Immediate withdrawal of industrial action at DP World Sydney

We have received advice from DP World Australia that the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) will not be taking industrial action of any kind at…

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Sydney’s container congestion sparks anger

Sydney’s pile up of empties, sorely needed in China ports if liners would only take them there, are causing massive congestion in Botany Bay, reports…

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