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Distributors of compressed air products including safety air guns, chip vacs, cabinet coolers and leak detectorssuitable for the ...

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Century old Denham Jetty to be replaced

Denham’s century old recreational jetty will be replaced with a brand new, multipurpose jetty through the State Government’s Royalties for Regions program.

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Upgrades at Hillarys Boat Harbour completed

More than $4million in improvements at Hillarys Boat Harbour has set the facility up for a bumper summer both on and off the water, Transport Minister Dean Nalder said.

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Infrastructure for the 21st Century

The Australian Government's infrastructure investment and growth programs will lead to more than $125 billion of combined public and private construction activity to grow our economy and support jobs.

Ports | Railways | Roads

Master plan for Anketell Port revealed

The Western Australian Government has released the Anketell Port Master Plan, detailing plans for a major, multi-user and multi-commodity deep water port in the Pilbara.

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Massive Boost to Boating Infrastructure in Eden

NSW Treasurer and Member for Bega Andrew Constance and Minister for Roads and Freight Duncan Gay announced a $10 million upgrade to the Port of Eden.

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Biggest roads, maritime and freight budget in NSW history: a record $5.5 billion

The NSW Liberals & Nationals Government will invest a record $5.5 billion to build and maintain critical road, maritime and freight infrastructure as part of the 2014-15 NSW Budget.

Ports | Roads

Darwin at the centre of northern development

ACTING Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss says the Northern Territory is well-placed to drive the development of northern Australia.

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Portarlington set for a multi-million dollar pier renewal

The Portarlington pier is set for major redevelopment with the Minister for Ports David Hodgett today announcing over $3 million in funding to renew the pier by mid-2015.

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Planning for a North Australian Future

Chief Minister Adam Giles has told the Joint Select Committee on Northern Australia that investment in new roads, ports and pipelines holds the key to unlocking the Territory’s full potential.

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Next step for new Esperance Port facility

Yilgarn Esperance Solution (YES) Limited has been named the preferred proponent to develop the Multi-User Iron Ore Export Facility proposed for Esperance Port, Transport Minister Dean Nalder said today.

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Review ensures ports on track for transition

An independent review will be undertaken for the ports amalgamation project to provide confidence that Western Australia’s new merged regional ports authorities will be ready to start operations on July 1, 2014, Transport Minister Dean Nalder said.

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Jirramba Wharf Upgrade Completed

Residents are advised work to upgrade the Jirramba wharf head at Saratoga is now complete.

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Greater Public Access to White Bay Cruise Terminal

The Balmain community is to benefit from a new public access plan at Sydney Ports’ White Bay Cruise Terminal.

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Major upgrade for Norah Head Boat Ramp

Boaters will have improved access to Cabbage Tree Harbour by the end of this year with major upgrade work to the Norah Head boat ramp at Bald Street in Norah Head to start on Monday.

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Port of Brisbane

Port of Brisbane

INGAL EPS helps customise solutions to customers' problems.

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McConnell Dowell completes Holcim Jetty

McConnell Dowell completes Holcim Jetty

McConnell Dowell is pleased to announce that the 800 meter long Holcim Jetty in Tuban, Indonesia will be successfully completed in late February 2014, before operations begin in March 2014.

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Plain Sailing

Plain Sailing

See the results of Replas recycled plastic profiles instead of wood.

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Hobsons’ choice

Hobsons’ choice

Hobsons Bay Yacht Club made the right choice.

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Terminal 11 & 12, Port of Brisbane

Terminal 11 & 12,  Port of Brisbane

Hutchison Port Holdings recently opened a new container terminal at the Port of Brisbane.

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Wobby's water world

Wobby's water world

Profiles as wharf fenders

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Thermal Imaging Shows the Way to a Safer Sydney Harbour

Thermal Imaging Shows the Way to a Safer Sydney Harbour

Thankfully, with the installation of FLIR thermal imaging cameras on its fleet, Harbour City Ferries have made the harbour a safer place than in days gone by when only radar systems were fitted.

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