DB Schenker has coordinated the delivery of almost 90,000 freight tons of cargo that makes up one of the world’s largest rail-mounted vehicles for the BHP South Flank project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Höegh Autoliners’ ro-ro vessel Höegh Tracer called at the port of Newcastle, Australia, on August 14, delivering a range of heavy equipment and machinery destined for customers in New South Wales (NSW).
The Australian government has decided against implementing the onshore biosecurity levy, which would have added AUD10.02 (USD6.61) per incoming container and AUD1 (USD0.66) per tonne of non-containerised cargo.
The port of Townsville, Australia, has started construction work on a AUD2.5 million (USD1.62 million) project to extend the secondary wharf at berth 10. The extension will enable to gateway to handle larger ro-ro vessels.