Oz tackles intermodal barriers

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A new study by Shipping Australia Ltd (SAL) has found that problems with rail transport remain key impediments to the success of metropolita...

People on the move

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Our latest round-up of appointments in the shipping port and allied industries...

PEMA forum at TOC Asia

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The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association will host a technology forum at TOC Asia, on 13 March in Hong Kong...

Great Lakes ballast row settled

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New York State will follow the national ballast water standard, lifting a cloud of uncertainty for marine shipping on the Great Lakes...

Transnet targets Pier 2, Durban recovery

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South African state-owned port operator, Transnet Port Terminals, says that its plan to reduce bottlenecks and boost performance at Pier 2, ...

APMT Rotterdam labour deal

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After several weeks of niggling disputes, the union has agreed to work normally pending a ballot...

Ikea adopts cardboard pallets

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The Swedish furniture retailer has adopted a programme to replace all wooden pallets with a cardboard variant...

Port of Rotterdam more accessible

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The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment is expanding the Maasgeul to prevent waiting times for ships entering the port of R...

Weather de-rails Oz

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The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has accelerated a A$134M ballast rehabilitation programme on the main north-south rail line aft...