Maritime companies: start smart with your data!

This clever infographic shows why maritime companies should now start smart with their data

Australia On Track to Become World’s Largest LNG Exporter

LNG carrier

Australia already exported more LNG than Qatar in November 2018 and April 2019.

read more →

Australia Mulls Joining Strait of Hormuz Coalition

AUSMIN talks

Australia is giving "serious consideration"to the U.S. request.

read more →

ACCC: K Line Fined USD 23.5 Mn for Criminal Cartel Conduct

Brasilia Highway

Japan's K Line has been convicted of criminal cartel conduct in Australia and fined AUD 34.5 million.

read more →

ITF: Various Unions Show Support to Australian Wharfies

Workers express support

The support comes on the back of a series of strikes organized by wharfies fighting job losses, outsourcing and ...

read more →

Wharfies Reveal Further Strikes at DP World Terminals

DP World London Gateway

The latest strike action follows a series of coordinated stoppages that shut DP World terminals last week.

read more →

Wharfies Organize Waterfront Stoppages at DP World Terminals

DP World

The industrial action follows the expiry of a three month cease-fire agreement between DP World and the MUA.

read more →

Construction Contract Granted for Port Kembla Gas Terminal


AIE awards a key wharf facility and pipeline construction contract for Port Kembla Gas Terminal.

read more →

ITF Stages Worldwide Rallies in Support of Aussie Seafarers


Seafarers are demanding a strong Australian shipping industry.

read more →

EPIK Inks Engineering Deal for Newcastle LNG Terminal


EPIK has agreed a design, engineering and construction services deal for Newcastle LNG FSRU import terminal.

read more →

ITF: Australia Detains German Bulk Carrier

German bulk carrier Anna-Elizabeth

German bulk carrier Anna-Elisabeth has been detained by Australian authorities, according to the ITF.

read more →

Adelaide Port Channel Widening Project Goes to Boskalis

Flinders Ports

Australia's Port Adelaide shipping channel would be widened by Dutch company Boskalis.

read more →

Port Kembla Gas Project Readies for Execution Phase

Hoegh FSRU

Since its launch in March 2018, Port Kembla Gas project has entered the last stage of preparation for FID.

read more →

Australia Intensifies Efforts to End Solomon Islands Spill


Australia is deploying more assets to the Solomon Islands to contain the bulker oil spill.

read more →

Solomon Trader Grounding Turns into Environmental Disaster

Solomon Trader

Estimates: Some 60 tonnes of oil spilled from the grounded bulker Solomon Trader off Solomon Islands.

read more →

K Line's LNG Carrier in Maiden Call to Naoetsu Terminal

Oceanic Breeze

K Line's LNG carrier, sailing from Ichthys LNG in Australia, made a maiden call to Japan's Naoetsu LNG Terminal.

read more →

ITF Claims Wage Theft on BlueScope-Chartered Ship


ITF said its inspections in Australia's ports exposed a wage theft aboard a BlueScope-chartered ship.

read more →

Australia to Improve Working Conditions in Live Sheep Trade

Live sheep trade

Australian live exporters to improve working conditions in the country's live sheep trade.

read more →

ACCC: NSW Ports' Deeds Are Anti-Competitive and Illegal

Port of Newcastle - Container Terminal concept illustration

ACCC has taken legal action against NSW Ports for allegedly making anti-competitive and illegal deals.

read more →

Labor: The Future of Australian Shipping Needs to Be Secured


Australian Labor Party pushes for bipartisanship on shipping policy.

read more →

Australia’s New Antarctic Icebreaker Floated

Antarctic icebreaker RSV Nuyina

Australia’s new Antarctic icebreaker, RSV Nuyina, has been floated at Damen Shipyards Galati.

read more →

Several Bids In for Port of Newcastle's Container Terminal

Newcastle Container Terminal concept illustration

The world's largest coal export port is on track with its plans to diversify.

read more →