GreyOrange to showcase its robotics logistics solutions at CeMAT Australia

Multinational robotics and supply chain automation company GreyOrange and Advanced Warehouse Solutions, their distributor in Australia, will showcase the Butler range of robotics solutions at CeMAT Australia 2018, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 24-26 July. Ashley Henderson, national sales manager, Advanced Warehouse Solutions said, “We are proud to partner with GreyOrange and
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The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has detained a domestic-flagged ship believed to be unseaworthy. AMSA inspectors boarded the MV Tomin in the Port of Yamba, New South Wales, on June 25, 2018. The inspectors subsequently detained the vessel because AMSA suspected the vessel to be “unseaworthy, substandard and a threat to the marine environment.”
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The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) has detained a domestic-flagged ship believed to be unseaworthy. AMSA inspectors boarded the MV Tomin in the Port of Yamba, New South Wales, on June 25, 2018. The inspectors subsequently detained the vessel because AMSA suspected the vessel to be“unseaworthy, substandard and a threat to the marine environment.” With
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Multinational robotics and supply chain automation company GreyOrange and Advanced Warehouse Solutions, their distributor in Australia, will showcase the Butler range of robotics solutions at CeMAT Australia 2018, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 24-26 July. Ashley Henderson, national sales manager, Advanced Warehouse Solutions said, “We are proud to partner with GreyOrange and
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Australia was the largest exporter of iron ore to India in the 2017-18 fiscal year ended 31 March after being a marginal supplier for the past several years. Australia replaced South Africa and Brazil as the major suppliers to India. Australia exported 2.86mn tonnes of iron ore in 2017-18, around 33pc of total Indian imports,
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South Australia has granted an approval for the widening of the Adelaide Outer Harbor Channel following a rigorous development assessment process. The approval follows careful consideration of public representation, stakeholder feedback and state agency expert advice. The project, which includes dredging of some 1.55 million m3 of material along seven kilometres of the channel, would allow
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Exports from Special Economic Zones (SEZs) grew by about 15 percent to Rs 5.52 lakh crore in 2017-18, EPCES said recently. Export Promotion Council for EoUs and SEZs (EPCES) said that while the goods export from these zones stood at Rs 2.74 lakh crore in 2017-18, shipments of services aggregated to Rs 2.78 lakh crore
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The Gladstone LNG project on the east coast of Australia is shoring up its supplies with a massive capital investment of A$900 million ($706 million) in upstream developments this year, project partner Santos said Tuesday. The investment will be for developments around the Fairview, Scotia and Arcadia fields, as well as providing the first year
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Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture seeks to buy 136,616 tonnes of food-quality wheat from the United States, Canada and Australia in a regular tender that will close late on Thursday. Japan, the world’s sixth-biggest wheat importer, keeps a tight grip on imports of the country’s second-most important staple after rice, and buys the majority of the
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Australian miner New Century Resources has agreed to supply zinc concentrate from its project in the country’s far north to Belgium’s Nyrstar , the two firms said on Monday. As part of the deal, Nyrstar is set to suspend arbitration proceedings that it launched this month related to a historical supply agreement over concentrate from
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