Over the past few weeks, we’ve shared a number of posts with stories of women in maritime roles. What are their top tips for succeeding?
Over the past two days, the Federal Government and Federal Opposition have both reaffirmed their commitment to delivering a National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy.
This year’s priority infrastrucutre list focuses on the challenges of congestion, liveability, safety, regional growth, and supporting a healthy economy.
Ports Australia congratulate Grant Gilfillan on his appointment to the chair of Ports Australia’s Board of Directors.
Our position on the New South Wales (NSW) Government’s NSW Freight and Ports Plan 2018-2023.
Ports Australia has accepted the invitation to join the World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP).
Our 46th Biennial Conference finishes up in Darwin.
The blue highway receives government support a positive step towards creating a modern freight and supply chain for Australia.
The Port Kembla Gas Terminal is announed supply NSW with reliable energy.
NSW Ports CEO Makia Calfas is recognised at the National Infrastructure Awards for her leadership in the sector.
Major industry associations have joined together to call for clarification of how the Biosecurity Levy will operate.
Ports Australia is Australia’s peak body representing our ports community at the national level.