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Cavotec MoorMaster Systems
Cavotec Australia
Effective MoorMaster connects close to the waterline and counteracts ship actions at the berth granting a considerable improvement over mooring lines in surge affected ports.
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The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA)
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) operates as a government agency representing the Australian maritime industry. AMSA also regulates maritime safety, protection, navigation and environmental procedures in the maritime sector.  The ...
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Cavotec Australia is a part of the Cavotec Group who are global engineering specialists in power transmissions, distribution and control technologies that link between fixed and mobile equipment in ports, airports, maritime, mining, tunneling and other ...
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ASC has fixed Collins submarine problems, says Minister
04/07/14 - Shipbuilder ASC has fixed the problems associated with its Collins submarine maintenance program, according to Defence Minister David Johnston.
Forgacs to close Brisbane ship maintenance operations
03/07/14 - Engineering firm Forgacs will close its ship maintenance dock in Brisbane and, as a result, 27 permanent staff will lose their jobs.
Saab to buy Swedish submarine shipyard
30/06/14 - Germany's ThyssenKrupp has agreed to sell its Swedish submarine shipyard to Swedish defence firm Saab for 340 million Swedish crowns ($53.51 million).
Model of the floating harbour transhipper (Picture: Bret Salinger)
28/05/14 - The Australian Maritime College is carrying out important research that could help save billions of dollars in port infrastructure and transhipping costs.
BMT JFA Consultants - Exmouth Harbour project
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12/05/14 - BMT Group subsidiary BMT JFA Consultants is opening new offices in Perth, Western Australia and Brisbane, Queensland.
Austal posts jump in first half profit
28/02/14 - Shipbuilder Austal has posted a first half-profit of $9.5 million as it continues its three major vessel contracts.
AMSA funding is largely generated from levies on the commercial shipping industry
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24/07/12 - The Australian Maritime Safety Authority commenced operations in 1991, and is responsible for maritime safety, protection of the marine environment, and search and rescue.

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