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Kalmar today announced that it has won a contract to deliver container handling equipment and related automation technology worth more than €40 million to the Port of Melbourne's third container terminal, which is being built by an ITCSI-led consortium.

Western Australia (WA) will sell port handling facilities in Port Hedland and Kwinana in the first round of asset sales to reduce its debt levels and regain its triple A credit rating.

Published in Regulation and Policy
Wednesday, 13 August 2014 16:47

JV for inland port in Palmerston North (NZ)

Ports of Auckland, Napier Port and Icepak have formed a joint venture to develop a new inland port and logistics centre at Longburn, in Palmerston North.

Published in Finance Deals

The Victorian government has appointed joint financial advisers Morgan Stanley and Flagstaff Partners to oversee the market process for a medium-term lease of the Port of Melbourne.

Published in Finance Deals

Sydney’s third container terminal at Port Botany was officially opened last week by New South Wales’ Premier Mike Baird.

Published in Regulation and Policy
Friday, 01 August 2014 09:38

WWL to build new Melbourne car terminal

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) will start building later this year a new automotive terminal at the port of Melbourne with the long-term goal of providing an annual capacity of one million units.

Published in Finance Deals

Mitsubishi Corporation yesterday announced that it will establish a diesel import terminal at Port Bonython in South Australia. Construction costs are estimated at A$110 million ($104M).

Published in Energy Ports
Monday, 30 June 2014 17:07

Ménage à trois in Tauranga

The Port of Tauranga, New Zealand’s largest port, says that the 10-year strategic alliance it has struck with freight company Kotahi gives it enough volume guarantees to proceed with its infrastructure investments to accommodate Maersk Line’s 6,500 TEU ships.

Published in Finance Deals

North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP) today announced that it was withdrawing its proposal to develop two coal terminals in Hay Point, Australia, due to insufficient demand for coal.

Published in Energy Ports

Deutsche Bank has announced that it will not finance the expansion of the coal terminal at Abbot Point near the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.

Published in Security / Environment
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