Announcement for the Expression of Interest

Acquiring Part of the Assets of Hellenic Shipyards S.A. Under Special Administration (Greece)

Bulker Ignites in Port of Kembla

Shipping

Over 100 firefighters were sent to extinguish a fire on the bulker Iron Chieftain at the Port of Kembla, Australia.

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Bulker, Utility Vessel Collide due to Lack of Proper Lookout

ATSB: Bulker Jag Arnav collided with a fast utility vessel due to the lack of a proper and effective lookout.

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AMSA Bans Cargo Ship from Australian Ports

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AMSA has banned the cargo ship Thorco Luna from Australian ports after it was detained for the third time this year.

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Unions Seek Australian Jobs Guarantee on New LNG Terminal

Port Kembla Unions Committee called for Australian jobs guarantee for NWS’ LNG import terminal.

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YM Efficiency Docks at Sydney Terminal after Losing 83 Boxes

Containership

YM Efficiency docked at a terminal in Sydney on June 6 after losing over 80 containers off Australia.

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K Line Pleads Guilty to Criminal Cartel Conduct in Australia

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Japan's shipping major K Line has pleaded guilty to criminal cartel conduct in Australia's Federal Court, ACCC said.

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Marubeni, Partners Eye LNG Import Terminal in Australia

Marubeni, JERA, Squadron Energy to look into establishing an LNG import terminal in New South Wales, Australia.

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Australia and Peru Ink Free Trade Agreement

Australia and Peru signed the Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement (PAFTA) on February 12.

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Port of Broome Closes as Cyclone Could Hit WA's North

Western Australia's Port of Broome has closed to shipping in anticipation of cyclonic impact.

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Port Kembla Coal Terminal Hit by Industrial Action

Members of CFMEU launched an industrial action at Port Kembla Coal Terminal in Australia on January 7.

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Melbourne's VICT Grinds to a Halt amid Industrial Action

 Over 1,000 containers are kept motionless at Port of Melbourne's container terminal at Web Dock after members of ...

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Competition at Australia's Container Ports Set to Heat Up

Competition between stevedoring companies at Australia’s three largest container ports is set to intensify as ...

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Maintenance Takes Spotlight after Bow Singapore Grounding

Following a steering failure, which caused the tanker Bow Singapore to ground in August 2016, the Australian ...

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Seafarer Electrocuted aboard Bulker in Australian Port

A seafarer was electrocuted on board the bulk carrier Efficiency OL while the ship was at berth in the port of ...

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Fincantieri Set to Build Cruise Ship Blocks in Australia

Italian ship builder and ship designer Fincantieri, together with its selected subcontractor, will construct cruise ...

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Investment in Port Douglas to Boost Superyacht Tourism

Tourism and hospitality group Crystalbrook Collection is to buy the Reef Marina in Port Douglas and invest AUD 100 ...

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Australia Looks Into Chemical Spill at Gladstone Harbour

Australia has launched an investigation after an unconfirmed amount of sodium hydroxide was released from a vessel ...

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Australia's Jackson, Botany Ports Facing Industrial Action

Members of the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) working onboard pilot cutters operated by the Port Authority of ...

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Unions Embark On "Save Australian Shipping" Campaign

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) have launched a campaign ...

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Austal to Build Catamaran Duo for Taiwanese Firm

Australian shipbuilder Austal has received its first commercial vessel contract, valued at AUD 44 million (USD 35 ...

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Ichthys Venturer FPSO Reaches Australian Waters

Ichthys Venturer, the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project’s floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) ...

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