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Impeach Juncker and make Booker our chief negotiator

Once again, I’ve shamelessly borrowed from Christopher Booker’s writings in the Sunday Telegraph.  He seems to be one of the few, both inside and outside of the political arena, with any real grasp of the issues. 391 more words

Happy Birthday, Dear Box!

Container shipping is 60 years old next week. From its origins in the first seaborne transportation of containers on board Malcolm McLean’s Ideal-X on 26 April 1956, containerized shipment has become the glue that holds together today’s globalised economy. 457 more words


Office Space Squeeze

Would you rather have a private office or a hot desk that you have to share with others? In a recent article, the Tertiary Education Union (TEU)  voiced concerns about the loss of private office space in the upcoming move of the University of Canterbury’s College of Education from the Dovedale Campus to the Ilam Campus. 260 more words

University Of Canterbury

A Super Transhipment Port for South Africa?

Recently while reading of Transnet’s terminal capex expansion plans, I came across this interesting if not highly improbable plan featured in an article by Harry Valentine on… 978 more words

South Africa

Singapore Builds Transshipment Capacity

Two new container berths capable of serving large container ships will be operated by COSCO-PSA Terminal in Singapore in 2017.

COSCO-PSA Terminal (CPT), a joint venture company formed by COSCO Pacific Limited and PSA Corporation, is investing in the new berths, and will move from its current two-berth terminal to three new mega berths as part of a Pasir Panjang Terminal expansion project. 162 more words

International Shipping