SAL Chairman reappointed
- Shipowners seek urgent talks with NSW Government to avoid cargo chaos. // Ausmarine;Mar2006, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p20
Focuses on the call by Michael Phillips, chairman of Shipping Australia, on the New South Wales government to have closer consultation with shipowners on the movement of freight through the state. Meeting by Shipping Australia with former Minister of Ports Eric Roozendaal to discuss the...
- Llew Russell to leave Shipping Australia. // Australian Maritime Digest;Aug2012, Issue 214, p10
The article announces the retirement of Llew Russell as chief executive officer (CEO) of Shipping Australia Ltd. (SAL).
- NSW to consider coastal shipping as part of its future freight network. // Ausmarine;Jan2014, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p14
The article reports that Shipping Australia (SAL) welcomed the release of the New South Wales (NSW) Freight and Ports Strategy which recognises that coastal shipping is under-utilised and identifies the potential of facilitating the use of coastal shipping as an efficient mode of freight transport.
- Wharfies demand national safety code. Tillman, Clive // Green Left Weekly;11/7/2012, Issue 944, p4
The article reports on a protest held by stevedores and their supporters at the headquarters of Shipping Australia Ltd. in South Bank, Melbourne, Victoria on October 30, 2012 to demand the introduction of a national safety code in the industry by their employers.
- Shipping Australia applauds cessation of temporary levy. // Ausmarine;Jun2014, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p16
The article reports that Shipping Australia has praised the Australian government's decision as of June 2014 to return the Protection of the Sea Levy to its original level of 11.25 cents per net registered tonne and also presents the views of Shipping Australia chairman Ken Fitzpatrick on the same.
- New Chair for Shipping Australia. // Australian Maritime Digest;Nov2011, Issue 207, p10
The article reports on the announcement of Shipping Australia Ltd. that it has appointed Ken Fitzpatrick as its chairman.
- Shipping Australia wants channel deepening decision. // Ausmarine;Jan2007, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p21
The article reports that Shipping Australia (SA) has urged the Victorian government to make a decision on Port Phillip's proposed channel deepening. Its members are in the process of introducing larger container vessels that would increase the Australian trade. According to SA, it is essential...
- Queensland Premier does not appreciate industry matters, says SAL. // Ausmarine;Sep2009, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p16
The article discusses the meeting of Hong Kong, China-based Swire Shipping and Shipping Australia Limited (SAL) with Queensland Premier Anna Bligh on July 22, 2009, to tackle the costs of cleaning up the accidental oil spill by the Pacific Adventurer vessel. Settlement was presented by Swire but...
- IPART rejects proposals on vehicle revamp at Port Botany. // Ausmarine;May2008, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p19
The article reports that the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has rejected outright the vast majority of industry submissions objecting to IPART's draft recommendations that a Dutch auction system be used for firm vehicle booking slots at Port Botany, New South Wales....