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Skelton Sherborne welcomes possible red tape cut

April 20 - Following our news report earlier this week (April 17) that the Western Australian Government would aim to cut red tape to assist heavy haulage industry; Skelton Sherborne has said that when the one-stop shop does start it will be a vast improv

General manager, Warren Kerby says: "For Skelton Sherborne it would be beneficial if other state governments followed suit with this programme to reduce the red tape involved with the current segmented process. An example in Queensland for moving an excess dimension load would be that we have to apply to and co-ordinate permits and assorted escorts with: PoliceTransport DepartmentPort-ConnectTelstraOptusQ RailEnergex. As you can imagine this process is very time consuming; centralisation makes sense and saves time and money."

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Port of Açu names José Firmo as CEO

September 16 - The port of Açu – a privately owned industrial complex in São João da Barra, Brazil – has appointed José Firmo as its ceo, effective November 1.
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MIS moves engine across Oman

September 13 - Muscat International Shipping & Logistics (MIS) has transported a 140-ton (127-tonne) Wärtsilä engine from a power station in Khasab to Duqm, Oman.
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XLP gathers in Dubai

September 13 - Almost 160 delegates from around the world gathered in Dubai last week for the XLProjects (XLP) annual general meeting (AGM).
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