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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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Imported gun components seized

We’ve reported on drugs and tobacco being found in imported shipments before but this one is a first. Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Australian Customs…

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Our top 5 ways to re-use containers

They work all their life, being moved around the world from port to port. They never really have a home, even when they are in…

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Qingdao Port returns to normal operations after explosion

Last Friday, 22nd November, there was a large oil pipeline explosion near the port of Qingdao in China. The disaster occurred in the Huangdao district,…

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Young Professional of the Year Finalist

EES Shipping congratulates Glenn Hack (Director/Special Projects Manager), on becoming a finalist in the School of Information Systems, Curtin University, and Sadleirs Logistics Western Australian…

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Lloyd’s List Australia rewards EES Shipping

The Annual Lloyd’s List Australian Shipping and Maritime Industry Awards were held in Melbourne last Thursday night. EES were finalists in two awards this year….

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Shipowners scramble to ensure their vessels are safe

On November 6, we posted about Peak Season Wharf Activity  and shared information about the ill-fated ship, APL Turquoise.  This vessel, a 4369 TEU (twenty…

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