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Shipping Federation celebrates

Friday, 25 May 2007, 10:50 am | NZ Shipping Federation

“Shipping is the transport mode of the future”, said Rod Grout, Shipping Federation President, at a function to celebrate the Federation’s 100 year anniversary. More >>

Coastal ship operators welcome Energy Strategy

Thursday, 14 December 2006, 12:41 am | NZ Shipping Federation

New Zealanders coastal shipping interests have enthusiastically welcomed the Government’s draft Energy Efficiency Strategy. Paul Nicholas, the Manager of the New Zealand Shipping Federation described the Strategy as ‘a huge step forwards to the development of ... More >>

Shipping industry will solve Port Company Worries

Tuesday, 29 August 2006, 9:51 am | NZ Shipping Federation

Government and regional council support for a revitalised coastal shipping industry is the only answer to concern at plans by some international shipping lines to reduce calls to NZ ports, Paul Nicholas, Manager of the New Zealand Shipping Federation ... More >>

Marlbporough Sounds National Transportation Route

Monday, 26 September 2005, 3:25 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

The call from Guardians of the Sounds/ Friends of Nelson Haven to have the Marlborough Sounds designated a National Transportation Route is a bit late. The sounds are clearly designated as such in the Marlborough District Council Plans. More >>

Marlborough Sounds As Transportation Route

Wednesday, 14 September 2005, 5:47 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

The Shipping Federation represents New Zealand shipowners and therefore has a keen interest in issues of national importance such as the link between the North and South islands. More >>

“Give Cook Strait Shippers a fair go”

Monday, 29 August 2005, 5:59 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

Paul Nicholas, Manager of the New Zealand Shipping Federation, is astounded at way minor faults with shipping services across Cook Strait are being reported. More >>

Cook Strait sailings to drop by one third

Monday, 2 August 2004, 1:53 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

New Zealand’s Shipping Federation today said that impending speed restrictions on ships in the Marlborough Sounds would see 30,000 passengers missing out on crossing Cook Strait over the Christmas and New Year period. More >>

Verbal Submission from Paul Nicholas

Monday, 2 August 2004, 1:21 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

"I am here on behalf of these organisations to discuss the broad implications of the proposed Variation - for shipping companies and the shipping industry, and for the regional and national economies." More >>

Cook Strait sailings to drop by one third

Monday, 2 August 2004, 12:34 am | NZ Shipping Federation

New Zealand's Shipping Federation today said that impending speed restrictions on ships in the Marlborough Sounds would see 30,000 passengers missing out on crossing Cook Strait over the Christmas and New Year period. More >>

Loss of NZ ship a Government ‘own-goal’

Wednesday, 26 November 2003, 4:45 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

The New Zealand Shipping Federation today said that the withdrawal of another New Zealand ship from coastal trade was a sad point of proof that the industry was in decline because of Government inaction. More >>

EU innovates to get freight off roads

Tuesday, 4 November 2003, 2:35 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

The New Zealand Shipping Federation today said that new European Union laws rewarding the shifting of road freight to coastal shipping would further increase pressure and expectation on the New Zealand Government to do something similar. More >>

Shipping Federation proposes alternative

Sunday, 14 September 2003, 1:07 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

The New Zealand Shipping Federation today stepped into the row between Unions and the Employers and Manufacturers Association over reinstatement of the international-standard cabotage regime, proposing a new compromise alternative. More >>

Simple biosecurity solution ignored

Friday, 22 August 2003, 3:25 pm | NZ Shipping Federation

The New Zealand Shipping Federation today said biosecurity would always be significantly disadvantaged while foreign vessels were permitted to carry domestic cargo around New Zealand’s ports. More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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