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Australasia News from November 2015

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Australian cabotage reforms rejected

November 26 - November 26 - Australia's senate has rejected proposed changes to coastal shipping laws that would have allowed foreign-flagged vessels more access to the country's ports.
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Tutt Bryant raises game

November 19 - November 19 - Tutt Bryant Heavy Lift & Shift has taken delivery of Australia's first Manitowoc MLC650 crawler crane, equipped with variable position counterweight (VPC) technology.
Views: 1249
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Kennards Hire and Modulift partner

November 17 - November 17 - A new partnership with Modulift aims to expand the equipment range and value offering of all Kennards Hire Lift & Shift branches across Australia and New Zealand.
Views: 673
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Townsville inks Indonesian tie-up

November 17 - November 17 - Australia's Port of Townsville has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC) to strengthen trade and development opportunities between the respective countries.
Views: 1226
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CP Ships' Ray Miles dies

November 9 - November 9 - Raymond R Miles, who during his 43-year international transport career helped steer the course of container shipping as it evolved through its second generation, died on Friday November 6, 2015 after a brief illness. He was 71.
Views: 1723
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Höegh extends SCH deal

November 4 - November 4 - Southampton Cargo Handling (SCH) has signed a new contract with ro-ro shipping line Höegh Autoliners to continue servicing its vessel calls at the UK gateway for a three-year period.
Views: 1004
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Van der Vlist reaches out

November 2 - November 2 - In Australia, Van der Vlist arranged the transport of 22 reach stackers that had been shipped in to Fremantle, Adelaide and Melbourne from Holland and Belgium.
Views: 866

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