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LATAM Group opens its biggest ever cargo terminal at Sao Paulo airport

SANTIAGO based LATAM Airlines Group, Latin America’s biggest air carrier, has opened a US$11.5 million domestic cargo facility at Guarulhos Airport in Sao Paulo, reports…

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Christmas trees with unwanted pests

The loading of Christmas trees into containers bound for Hawaii Ever wondered about how Christmas trees from Oregon make their way to Hawaii?  Shipping containers…

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Australia-China Free Trade Agreement

This article has been taken directly from here. IT’S being billed as the deal of a lifetime for Australia’s economy. After nearly a decade of…

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Portable housing and EES

A few weeks ago we introduced you to the wonderful world of pop-up container hotels.  Born from shipping containers, a smart and innovative way to…

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Korea – Australia (KAFTA) Free Trade Agreement

Back in March we reported on the Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, and his discussions with various countries on accelerated free trade agreements. Today we…

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DP World Brisbane – Weigh In Motion Fees

As of today, 7th July, DP World will be introducing a Chain of Responsibility fee on all containers moving by road.  The fee will be…

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Day of the Seafarer

Today, June 25th is the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Day of the Seafarer. This day is held every year to honour the 1.5 million seafarers…

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Fremantle Trade Statistics

The Western Australia Port Operations Task Force have recently issued the Trade Statistics for Fremantle Port. They advise as follows: Trade in May is 6.6%…

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The Hougoumont Hotel – Fremantle

We have just discovered that an innovative new hotel has opened its doors right in the heart of Fremantle. Aptly named the Hougoumont Hotel, it…

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Maersk ordered to locate missing containers

Back in February of this year, the Svenborg Maersk ran into trouble in the Bay of Biscay, which is located on the West Coast of…

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