NSW proffers PB3T option


At the mid-February resumption of the high-stakes independent inquiry into the proposed third Port Botany container terminal (see WorldCargo News December 2004, p24) established positions were again upset when the New South Wales Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Natural Resources (DIPNR) presented a compromise plan.

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