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Australasia News from 2014

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Give us a break, says Archard

December 30 - December 30 - "Owners are due a break - but I don't think it will come in 2015," says Justin Archard managing director, Asia Pacific & Oceania at SAL Heavy Lift Singapore Pte Ltd.
Views: 1527
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Prices frozen at Pilbara ports

December 23 - December 23 - Users of Australia's port of Pilbara have received an early Christmas present with the news that the authority is putting its prices on hold at current levels for the Port of Port Hedland and the Port of Dampier until at least July 1, 2016.
Views: 631
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Enerpac appoints Silveri

December 16 - December 16 - Enerpac, a division of Actuant Corp, has appointed Rob Silveri as its new Australia and New Zealand integrated solutions manager.
Views: 1277
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DYT supports shark studies

December 12 - December 12 - DYT Yacht Transport's semi-submersible vessel Yacht Express has shipped the 126 ft (38.4 m) research vessel Ocearch from Port Everglades to Brisbane in Australia.
Views: 1123
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Pacific Basin sells towage business

December 12 - December 12 - Pacific Basin Shipping has sold PB Towage Australia to Smit Lamnalco, a 50-percent owned associate of Royal Boskalis Westminster.
Views: 1108
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Jumbo readies for Wheatstone project

December 9 - December 9 - Jumbo has signed a contract with Technip Oceania for the installation of 13 subsea structures for the Chevron-operated Wheatstone project in Western Australia.
Views: 1048
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High five for SAL in Ichthys

December 5 - December 5 - SAL Heavy Lift has completed a series of complex shipments, totalling over 100,000 freight tonnes, for the Ichthys LNG project near Darwin in Australia's Northern Territory.
Views: 1265
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Managing a project from A-Z

November 27 - November 27 - Jumbo Shipping has completed its role in the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) project. The heavy lift shipping company transported thousands of freight tonnes of equipment from fabrication yards in China and Malaysia to Australia.
Views: 1228
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Managing a project from A-Z

November 27 - November 27 - Jumbo Shipping has completed its role in the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) project. The heavy lift shipping company transported thousands of freight tonnes of equipment from fabrication yards in China and Malaysia to Australia.
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Managing a project from A-Z

November 27 - November 27 - Jumbo Shipping has completed its role in the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) project. The heavy lift shipping company transported thousands of freight tonnes of equipment from fabrication yards in China and Malaysia to Australia.
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Toll NQX takes on Deeson Heavylift

November 27 - November 27 - Toll NQX, part of Toll Group, has strengthened its capabilities with the acquisition of heavy haul and lifting specialist Deeson Heavylift.
Views: 1505
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PNG gets two-way shipping routes

November 26 - November 26 - A new ship routing system will come into effect on June 1, 2015 at Papua New Guinea's Jomard Entrance.
Views: 1252
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PCN celebrates record conference turnout

November 20 - November 20 - The Project Cargo Network's (PCN) fourth annual summit, which took place from November 16-18, saw 160 delegates from over 75 countries come together at the Crowne Plaza St Peter's Hotel in Rome.
Views: 1444
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Skilled acquires OMSA

November 18 - November 18 - Australian tug vessel operator PB Sea-Tow has agreed to sell its 50 percent stake in Offshore Marine Services Alliance (OMSA) to joint venture partner, Skilled Offshore, for AUD12 million (USD10.49 million).
Views: 744
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K+N expands Australian footprint

November 14 - November 14 - Kuehne + Nagel has opened its new logistics centre in Greater Sydney to meet a growing demand for end-to-end logistics solutions in Australia.
Views: 1135
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New role for Harrison at LOC

November 13 - November 13 - Alex Harrison has been appointed group director, energy services at London Offshore Consultants (LOC), after stepping down as managing director of LOC Australia.
Views: 1062
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McAleese invests in Heavy Haulage Australia

November 11 - November 11 - McAleese Group has agreed to pay USD3 million for a 50 percent equity investment in Heavy Haulage Australia (HHA), with an option to acquire the remaining 50 percent in two to five years.
Views: 1331
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ALE's Australian heavy lift

November 11 - November 11 - ALE mobilised one of its largest cranes to complete a brace of installation projects in Australia.
Views: 1277
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Swire inks deal with Everett

November 5 - November 5 - Swire Shipping's West Coast North America (WCNA) service will add a monthly, direct call linking the Port of Everett with Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Views: 1595
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Happy Star shines for BigLift

October 28 - October 28 - BigLift Shipping has celebrated the official naming of the latest addition to its fleet of heavy lift vessels, Happy Star, at Huisman China's yard in Xiamen.
Views: 1410
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BBC in Greater Western Flank project

October 3 - October 3 - BBC Chartering's vessel BBC Balboa has played a part in the installation of a 14.4 km, 16 inch subsea pipeline for the Greater Western Flank Gas Development, which is located on Australia's North West Shelf.
Views: 621
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Sarens wins Ichthys project

September 25 - September 25 - Sarens Group has been awarded a contract by JKC Australia LNG, to perform sea lifting works for the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG project's onshore LNG facilities in Darwin, Australia.
Views: 1279
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Sofrana Unilines partners on NZ-Fiji run

September 23 - September 23 - Sofrana is adding a second ship on the service it operates between New Zealand and Fiji to give it a weekly schedule, as opposed to the existing fortnightly schedule.
Views: 745
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USA sees construction machinery slip

September 22 - September 22 - US construction machinery exports dropped 17.3 percent during the first half of 2014 compared with the same period last year, reports the SC&RA.
Views: 1273
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The Friday Flyer - September 19th 2014

September 19 - Today we saw the climax of what has been a rollercoaster ride for the United Kingdom, in the run-up to the Scottish independence referendum. The numbers were close, but the result is clear: a union that has lasted for 307 years remains together.
Views: 2413
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ALE widens Australian service

September 19 - September 19 - ALE says that is now able to increase the scale of its activities in Australia thanks to a new fleet of widening trailers.
Views: 1156
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Blue Water: One down, three to go

September 18 - September 18 - Blue Water Shipping has delivered the first of four tunnel boring machines (TBM) for Sydney's North West Rail Link project in Australia.
Views: 843
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Large reel requires Ruslan

September 15 - September 15 - Ruslan International has delivered 75 tonnes of coil-tubing equipment for the oil and gas industry from London Stansted to Adelaide, to support a drilling programme in the Coober Pedy Basin of South Australia.
Views: 1301
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Extra Logistics goes the extra mile

September 9 - September 9 - Long Beach, California headquartered Extra Logistics LLC has transported a 16-tonne outsize mineral processing machine from a cement factory in Spain to the Port of Los Angeles.
Views: 1431
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SAL puts Poetz in Singapore

September 4 - September 4 - SAL Heavy Lift Singapore has transferred Alexander Poetz, senior project engineer and naval architect, from the company's Hamburg headquarters to its Asia/Australasia base in Singapore.
Views: 1741
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Westlink goes east

August 29 - August 29 - Westlink Logistics has opened a new office in Brisbane, Australia.
Views: 842
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Ruslan assists mine production

August 27 - August 27 - One of Ruslan International's An-124 freighters has delivered a large replacement ball mill head, weighing 19 tonnes, from Australia to a mining company in Chile, enabling full production to be resumed.
Views: 885
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Neptune Pacific buys Polynesian Shipping

August 22 - August 22 - Neptune Pacific Line (NPL) has reached an agreement with Polynesian Shipping Line's shareholders to purchase the business.
Views: 1032
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Toll reports increased revenues

August 20 - August 20 - In its 2013 - 2014 financial year, Toll's revenue increased 1.1 per cent over the previous year to AUD8.8 billion (USD8.18 billion), with net profit after tax (before individually significant items) also up 5.7 percent to AUD298.5 million (USD
Views: 1269
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Shell module sets sail - update

August 19 - August 18 - The largest piece of a turret for Shell's Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility has set sail from Dubai for the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Geoje, South Korea, where the facility is under construction.
Views: 692
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ASCO opens Australian base

August 19 - August 19 - International oilfield support services company ASCO has opened a new marine supply base in Darwin, Australia.
Views: 1638
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DB Schenker opens Queensland hub

August 19 - August 19 - DB Schenker has opened its largest Australian supply chain and warehouse facility at the Redbank Motorway Estate in Ipswich, Queensland.
Views: 1022
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Depth sinks to new low

August 1 - August 1 - Depth Logistics - an Australian 4PL specialising in the transportation of project and heavy cargoes worldwide - says the value of machinery imported into the country in June sunk to AUD147 million (USD136.7 million).
Views: 1202
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AAL adds Long Beach call

July 31 - July 31 - Austral Asia Line is extending its North Asia to Pacific Northwest/Canada project cargo liner service to include the US West Coast.
Views: 1128
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MetOcean predicts offshore conditions

July 29 - July 29 - MetOcean Solutions is set to launch its Ocean Motion Forecasts system - a product that delivers hour-by-hour predictions on how wave, current and weather conditions affect floating offshore facilities.
Views: 1056
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In 'ore' of Universal Transport

July 25 - July 25 - Universal Transport has delivered equipment destined for an iron ore mining project in Australia.
Views: 1001
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ANL in for Perkins service

July 21 - July 21 - ANL has reached agreement with Toll to take over the Perkins International Service from Toll effective early August 2014. The service which currently runs two vessels between Darwin, Dili and Singapore carries a mixture of container, breakbulk a
Views: 1474
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Southeast Asian success for Dimerco

July 18 - July 18 - Dimerco Express Group has launched Straits Continental Logistics, a joint venture with its Cambodian partner Straits International.
Views: 839
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'Cat' purrs with CEA

July 14 - July 14 - CEA Projects has handled the shipment of a catamaran called Calypso Blue from Thailand to Australia.
Views: 804
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ICS assists Australian antitrust review

July 14 - July 14 - The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has submitted comments, on behalf of the global shipping industry, to a comprehensive competition policy review being conducted by the Australian government.
Views: 829
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Scheuerle goes for gold

July 11 - On June 25, 2014 Scheuerle presented its new STB 550 side girder deck to UK based heavy haulage company Collett Transport at an event held at the trailer manufacturer's premises in Pfedelbach, Germany.
Views: 1143
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AAL gets XXL

July 11 - July 11 - AAL has successfully delivered and discharged one of the heaviest pieces of cargo the service has ever carried.
Views: 1199
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WACO snaps into action

July 8 - July 8 - Two saltwater crocodiles have taken a 12,000 km trip to a new home with the help of WACO members, Mainfreight International in Australia and Freightworks in the UAE.
Views: 861
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Damco appoints Knudsen

July 4 - July 4 - Global freight forwarder and logistics provider Damco has appointed Thomas Knudsen as regional head of its Asia business.
Views: 1236
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All aboard for the AAL

June 30 - June 30 - Austral Asia Line (AAL) has introduced a passenger service where travellers can experience life on board a cargo ship while enjoying the views of the Asia Pacific region.
Views: 1403
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Scheuerle put to the test by Doolan's

June 24 - June 24 - Doolan's Heavy Haulage is relying on Scheuerle's Widening Trailer to transport heavy cargo across Australian states, where a vehicle's axle spacing or width must be changed on crossing state borders.
Views: 882
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Tunnel vision for Enerpac

June 23 - June 23 - Enerpac has employed its new EVO synchronous lifting system to position a 3,600-tonne tunnel boring machine at the 4.5 km Waterview Connection motorway, which is being constructed in Auckland, New Zealand.
Views: 489
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Steady year for Liebherr

June 16 - June 16 - During 2013, Liebherr Group achieved a turnover of USD12.12 billion against what it described as a backdrop of moderate international progress.
Views: 1934
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Clean sweep for CEA

June 9 - June 9 - CEA Projects has transported modules and steel gas spools from Thailand to Darwin, Australia for the Ichthys LNG Project.
Views: 868
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Capital projects and contracts - June 6th 2014

June 6 - Over the past seven days we have seen the International Energy Agency call for more than USD48 trillion of energy investment by 2035 to meet global demand; billions of dollars have been earmarked for infrastructure projects in Queensland and the Australia
Views: 1552
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BigLift heads to Hay Point

June 4 - June 4 - BigLift's Happy Buccaneer has transported a 1,220-tonne shiploader from Mokpo, South Korea to be installed on the new HPX3 coal loading berth at Hay Point in Australia.
Views: 1386
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BAM Clough puts foot on the gas with SAL Heavy Lift

May 26 - May 26 - SAL Heavy Lift, through its wholly owned Singapore subsidiary, SAL Heavy Lift Singapore, has signed a major new contract with Australia's BAM Clough joint venture for the shipping and deployment of LNG and LPG product loading platforms for the IN
Views: 1077
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Bonnie rocks on with ASCO

May 26 - May 26 - ASCO Group has continued its push into the Australian market after reaching agreement to become the majority shareholder in Bonnie Rock Transport - a specialist provider of oil and gas logistics support.
Views: 1410
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NYK expands ro-ro service to JAXPORT

May 23 - May 23 - From June 2014, NYK Line is expanding its roll-on/roll-off service to and from Jacksonville to include connections in Asia.
Views: 927
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Toll opens new oversize freight depot

May 14 - May 14 - Toll Group has opened new AUD86 million (USD80.8 million) depot in Karawatha, Brisbane, Australia. The new facility is the largest pallet and oversize freight depot Toll Group operates anywhere in the world.
Views: 748
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Boskalis sees Q1 growth

May 13 - May 13 - Royal Boskalis Westminster has reported year-on-year growth in revenues in the first quarter of 2014 in comparison to 2013.
Views: 791
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Good vibes for PCN duo

May 9 - May 9 - Member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) for Australia, Sadleirs Global Logistics and Egyptian PCN member, First Global Logistics, have worked together to ship four 30-tonne seismic vibrators out of Alexandria.
Views: 1106
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SAL delivers heart of LNG plant

May 9 - May 9 - SAL Heavy Lift has transported a 257-tonne cryogenic heat exchanger on board its vessel Annagret from Fairless Hills in the USA to Malaysia.
Views: 1084
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Capital projects and contracts - May 9th 2014

May 9 - Here is a round up of some the key developments in the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) sector. This week we have seen GE secure a deal to supply gas engines for China's emerging shale gas market, Fluor winning an EPC contract for the Quell
Views: 2503
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Earth gets moving with R&B

May 8 - May 8 - Croatia's R&B Global Projects has chartered a multipurpose tramp vessel to transport 5,000 cu m of earthmoving machinery and equipment from Papua New Guinea to Dunkerque in France.
Views: 739
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Fagioli and NCSG target Canadian LNG

May 2 - May 2 - NCSG Crane and Heavy Haulage Corp and Fagioli Canada have signed a cooperation agreement to work together on crane, rigging, and heavy haul projects in the LNG sector in the Prince Rupert area.
Views: 1461
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Hunt & Palmer partners with Wexco

April 29 - April 29 - Hunt & Palmer Cargo Charters has expanded its specialist air cargo network with the appointment of Wexco Group as its general sales agent (GSA) for Australia and New Zealand.
Views: 1236
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SAL's Maria loads cold box

April 28 - April 28 - SAL Heavy Lift's Maria has called at the port of Tanjung Langsat in Malaysia to load a 120-tonne cold box for Air Products.
Views: 1106
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Projects and contracts - April 17th 2014

April 17 - Here is a round up of some key developments in the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) sector. In the past seven days we have seen a Technip Heerema consortium secure a USD3.5 billion contract offshore Angola, the NADB providing finance to Mex
Views: 1335
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Projects and contracts - April 11th 2014

April 11 - Here is a round up of some key developments in the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) sector from the past week. We have seen the US and Russia fall out over nuclear energy, the incorporation of what will be one of the world's leading alumini
Views: 1807
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ALE buys ECR Group

April 9 - April 9 - UK headquartered ALE Heavy Lift has acquired the majority of shares in ECR Group. The acquisition follows a successful joint venture between the two companies.
Views: 1280
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New lead for GAC Australia

April 9 - April 9 - Scott Henderson has been appointed managing director of GAC Australia, following the retirement of Phil Coolican.
Views: 1394
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Projects and contracts - April 4th 2014

April 4 - Here is a round up of some key developments in the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) sector from the past week, including a QDVC-led JV winning a large motorway construction project and Wood Group securing retrofit projects in Australia.
Views: 1511
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SAL concludes year-long project

April 1 - April 1 - SAL Heavy Lift has completed a major project to transport and install a 1,250-tonne coal shiploader, owned and operated by the Adani Mining Company, at Abbot Point in Queensland, Australia.
Views: 1009
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AMI opens two in Australasia

April 1 - April 1 - Air Menzies International (AMI) has opened two new offices in Darwin, Australia and Christchurch in New Zealand.
Views: 959
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New office for FPS Australia

March 26 - March 26 - Famous Pacific Shipping (FPS) Australia has opened a new sales office in Albury, New South Wales, to serve the growing economy in the area.
Views: 880
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Mammoet meets tight mining deadlines

March 21 - March 21 - Mammoet has worked against the clock to complete two back-to-back transportation assignments for Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) and BHP Billiton Iron Ore.
Views: 774
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BBC joins Shipping Australia

March 18 - March 18 - BBC Chartering Australia Pty Ltd has joined Shipping Australia Limited as a full voting member.
Views: 691
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PSA Marine enters PB Sea-Tow talks

March 11 - March 11 - Hong Kong headquartered Pacific Basin Shipping Limited has entered into discussions with PSA Marine to divest its harbour towage, offshore towage and infrastructure support business, PB Sea-Tow.
Views: 1173
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CNCo completes acquisition of Pacifica

March 6 - March 6 - The China Navigation Company (CNCo) has completed the purchase of Pacifica Shipping from New Zealand's Skeggs Group of companies.
Views: 1599
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City of Adelaide arrives in Australia

February 26 - February 26 - The 450-tonne clipper ship City of Adelaide has arrived at Port Adelaide on board Combi Lift's heavy lift vessel Palanpur.
Views: 1223
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Kings Transport buys Walkers Haulage

February 25 - February 25 - In Australia, Kings Consolidated Group has announced the acquisition of New South Wales-based haulage business, Walker's Haulage.
Views: 1523
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Toll to power up Santos

February 24 - February 24 - Toll Group has been awarded a suite of contracts with oil and gas producer Santos, with a forecasted revenue in excess of AUD275 million (USD247 million) over five years.
Views: 1148
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Hansa enters Latin America

February 20 - February 20 - As part of its ongoing expansion plans, Hansa Heavy Lift has opened a new office in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Views: 1109
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WWL adds Santander

February 18 - February 18 - Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) has added a twice monthly call at Santander in Spain to its Europe-Oceania service.
Views: 955
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Concerns about new Australian heavy vehicle law

February 13 - February 13 - Australia's National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is working closely with the industry to address concerns about the length of time it is currently taking to issue permits for heavy haulage operators.
Views: 1395
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Huge ALHD delivery for Dockwise

February 10 - February 10 - Boskalis subsidiary Dockwise has delivered the hull of the Australian Landing Helicopter Dock (ALHD) Adelaide from Vigo, Spain to Melbourne, Australia on board its semisubmersible heavy lift vessel, Blue Marlin.
Views: 1056
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Toll wins huge INPEX contract

February 7 - February 7 - Toll Group has been awarded a contract by global oil and gas exploration and production company INPEX, valued at AUD90 million over 10 years.
Views: 692
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Another good year for Liebherr

January 29 - January 29 - Liebherr reports that sales of mobile harbour cranes (LHM) have once more contributed strongly to its overall success in 2013.
Views: 1810
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Severe disruption in Queensland, warns ISS

January 28 - January 28 - Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) has advised that adverse weather conditions are causing port disruptions, closures and evacuations in North Queensland, Australia.
Views: 1075
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CEA Projects in helicopter move

January 28 - January 28 - Cranes & Equipment Asia Co Ltd (CEA Projects) has assisted the Royal Thai Navy with the transportation of a Sikorsky SH-60 Seahawk helicopter.
Views: 1255
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JB Rawcliffe on the boil

January 24 - January 24 - JB Rawcliffe & Sons Ltd has handled the transportation of a 63-tonne RCR Energy boiler from Tilbury Docks to Nestl
Views: 897
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Chapman Freeborn helps avoid plant shutdown

January 23 - January 23 - Chapman Freeborn Australia has transported a 140-tonne turbo-shaft gas turbine a total of 18,606 km from Wilmington, USA to Karratha in Western Australia.
Views: 1081
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Concerns dent oil and gas optimism

January 22 - January 22 - According to new research study by DNV GL, 89 percent of Asia Pacific oil and gas professionals are confident about the industry outlook for 2014, but optimistic outlook is clouded by concerns over costs and uncertain oil prices.
Views: 1146
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Railcars on the move with Bombardier

January 22 - January 22 - Project forwarders and shipping lines active in North America and Australia will welcome the news of two large railcar orders placed with Bombardier Transportation.
Views: 875
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Locomotive load for GPLN member

January 16 - January 16 - International Project Logistics, based in Brisbane, Australia, has handled the movement of 24 locomotives from Brisbane to Durban, South Africa for reuse on the African continent.
Views: 779
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Blue Water powers up plant

January 16 - January 16 - Blue Water Singapore has handled the logistics for the Leichhardt power station in Mount Isa, Australia - a part of the larger Diamantina power station project, which is currently under construction.
Views: 924
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GAC Australia signs contract with MOL

January 14 - January 14 - Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has awarded an exclusive three-year contract to GAC Australia, part of the GAC Group, to serve its vessels and port calls across Australia.
Views: 1204
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UTC opens in Mexico City

January 3 - January 3 - Texas, USA based project forwarder UTC Overseas Inc., has established a new office in Mexico.
Views: 1397
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Easy appointment for Melbourne

January 2 - January 2 - The Port of Melbourne, Australia has appointed Nick Easy its new ceo; he takes on the responsibility of overseeing the development of the gateway, including its USD1.42 billion expansion project.
Views: 1099

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