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With impeccable credentials and truly impressive commercial and technological achievements, Incat is at the forefront of catamaran construction...

Sluggish global trade growth, overcapacities and plummeting freight rates have had a huge impact on shipping companies globally in the past year – especially small firms...

Nominations close today (October 4) for the 21st Annual Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards – so don’t miss out...

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will again carry the flag for the Australian packaging industry at the Foodtech Packtech (FTPT) exhibition this month...

Two new nine-wide automatic stacking cranes (ASC) have arrived at the Port of Brisbane for DP World Australia...

As this picture shows, during loading and securing cargos in trailers, train wagons and containers it is vital to take weight distribution into account to avoid damage.

Could zeppelins hold the key to the future for global cargo deliveries?...

The collapse of South Korean company Hanjin Shipping has left ships, cargo and crews stranded around the globe...

New SOLAS requirements came into effect globally on July 1 this year making shippers responsible for verifying the total gross weight of any container they load...

Rolls Royce has revealed ground-breaking plans to replace cargo ships with crewless “drone boats” controlled remotely...