COMMENT: In March 2017, DP World Australia (DPWA) was the first to introduce a steep increase in the infrastructure charge levied at their container terminals in Australia, writes the International Cargo Handling Coordination Association’s (ICHCA) Peter van Duyn.
Arguments over infrastructure fees imposed by stevedores in Australia have intensified following a decision by DP World Australia (DPWA) to increase infrastructure levies at its Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne container terminals.
DP World Australia is calling for an end to the industrial action affecting terminal operations at Port Botany.
Lobby group Container Transport Alliance Australia (CTAA) has launched an attack on DP World Australia, and also criticised competition regulator the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), over a new infrastructure surcharge imposed on users of the DPWA facility at the Port of Fremantle.
DP World Logistics Australia has launched to capitalise on port rail opportunities, offer greater efficiency to customers and expand its business to other stakeholders in the supply chain.
DP World Australia’s decision to raise infrastructure fees at Melbourne and Port Botany continues to fuel intense debate in Australia.
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