Effective from January 1st, the new IMO (International Maritime Organization) 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation will come into force, requiring all sea-going vessels to comply and reduce sulphur emissions by 85%.
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Last week, our 2019 Graduates and Co-ops were fortunate enough to undertake tours of the Debussy and San Francisco vessels. As ANL is a supporter of Industry Based Learning, not only for our Graduate/Co-Ops but for all new staff, the HR team prepares a vessel and terminal tour for each team member to give them insight into the scale of ANL’s operations and provide context as to how we run the operational aspects of our business.
ANL, as part of the CMA CGM Group has recently launched paperless bill of lading on all Group e-business platforms. Management of documents has never been easier as transfers can now be completed with a click of a button.
October 1st celebrates China’s National Day. Marking 47 years of bilateral relations, China is now placed as Australia and New Zealand's largest import and export partner.
Today, Papua New Guinea celebrates their independence. The close geographic proximity and historical links between Australia and PNG have given the country a unique position within Australia's foreign relations – depicting the relationship as one of Australia’s most complex and wide-ranging partners. From the mid-2000s, PNG experienced over a decade of fairly robust economic growth. This was largely driven by high international prices for PNG’s exports (including agriculture), conservative economic policies and construction activity related to the Papua New Guinea LNG project.
Please be advised that the ANL Warrnambool V036N has been delayed as a result of poor weather and berth congestion
Please be advised that the CMA CGM L’Etoile 9427 will omit Melbourne in order to assist with schedule recovery. All Melbourne import cargo will be discharged in Sydney to connect the ANL Gippsland V038S ETD Sydney 13/9/19 ETA Melbourne 17/9/19.
Please be advised that the ANL Warrnambool V931S departed USA 34 hours behind schedule due to berth congestion. Berth congestion in Auckland and slow productivity saw her depart 50 hours late. Bad weather between Auckland and Sydney delayed her further and due to berth congestion in Sydney, vessel is expected to berth on 12/9/19 - 1400 HRS.
Please be advised that the Seasmile V024N has been subcontracted from Hutchison Terminal to DP World Terminal in Brisbane for full vessel operations due to ongoing industrial action.
Tranztas Service – Hansa Freyburg V1925 – Change in Rotation – Australia