All articles by Dave MacIntyre – Page 5

  • Coal ship
    News

    Newcastle Fender Study

    2008-11-28T12:24:00Z

    Last month’s Port Strategy highlighted the importance of fender research, something that Australia’’s Newcastle port heartily supports.

  • Port Strategy
    News

    The horse’s mouth

    2008-10-06T12:24:00Z

    Dave MacIntyre learns it’s best to go direct to get the definitive line on best fender practise.

  • Australia's Hay Point
    News

    Oz Feature

    2008-07-23T21:26:00Z

    Hemmed in and battling congestion, Australian ports are in a state of flux, as Dave MacIntyre and Iain MacIntyre report.

  • Port of Tauranga
    News

    Time for change

    2008-05-28T21:26:00Z

    Tauranga boss Mark Cairns talks candidly to Dave MacIntyre about why he believes there is a pressing need for an overhaul in New Zealand port ownership.

  • Port of Melbourne
    News

    Walking the environmental tightrope

    2008-03-18T21:26:00Z

    Just how hard it is for port executives to plan ahead and get traction for major new development, in an era when environmental concerns are paramount?

  • An artist's impression of the new Botany Bay container layout
    News

    Sydney Third Terminal Operator

    2007-10-31T12:23:00Z

    Just as all hope seemed lost, Sydney’’s incumbent operators find they may yet be invited to the Botany concession hoedown.

  • Yvonne Mason, FenderCare
    News

    Design and Deliver

    2007-10-18T12:23:00Z

    Fender specialists advise that taking take a holistic look at berthing aids will give long term solutions.

  • Port of Tauranga
    News

    First hurdle fall

    2007-07-01T16:26:00Z

    New Zealand’ s two key ports have walked away from the merger negotiating table, but at what cost?

  • Port of Melbourne
    News

    Deepening Woes

    2007-07-01T16:26:00Z

    Melbourne’s much-needed dredging programme is still a long way off becoming a reality.

  • Port of Brisbane
    News

    Breaking the mould

    2007-07-01T16:26:00Z

    HPH’ s muscling in on the Brisbane scene could have far-reaching implications for Australia’ s operations sector.

  • Port Kembla
    News

    Riding the dry bulk wave

    2006-09-01T00:00:00Z

    Australian ports are steaming ahead with expansion plans as cargo throughput surges.

  • Queen of the Netherlands
    News

    Team up or bail out

    2006-09-01T00:00:00Z

    New Zealand’s ports are told to consolidate or risk losing out to the Australians in the battle for booming Asian cargo.

  • Hong Kong's CT8 Terminal
    News

    Buffer against competitive failure

    2006-01-01T00:00:00Z

    With bigger vessels in the offing for the main East-West trades, and the “cascade effect” showering incumbent vessels down to some of the feeder routes, what are the implications in terms of fendering requirements?

  • London Gateway
    News

    Benchmarking to get ahead

    2005-12-01T00:00:00Z

    How does a port or terminal go about determining how good it is? Does it benchmark - against its nearest rival, a world league table, or what?

  • Larry Lam, Portek
    News

    From Engineering to Operations

    2005-11-01T00:00:00Z

    Portek’s chief, Larry Lam is making inroads into terminal operations. He spoke to Dave MacIntyre.

  • Pt Terminal Petikemas Surabaya
    News

    ‘Deepening’ concerns

    2005-11-01T00:00:00Z

    Dave MacIntyre analyses how Pt Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS) has to be a mix of commercial operator, diplomat and pressure group to achieve its strategic ambitions.

  • Tauranga Port
    News

    New Zealand: Whither ports after mergers?

    2005-10-01T00:00:00Z

    Merger and acquisition activity has left New Zealand’s main container ports facing months of uncertainty.

  • Port of Tauranga
    News

    Partnerships underpin Mayson’s Port Strategy

    2005-06-01T00:00:00Z

    Dave Macintyre talks to Tauranga’s Jon Mayson about his passionate commitment to strategic cooperation and much else of value to publicly-owned ports and their prospective partners.

  • Toll Transport
    News

    Ports Ponder Fonterra’s Call

    2005-04-01T00:00:00Z

    The potential for shipper logistics decisions to have a direct bearing on port business strategies has never been better demonstrated than with the announcement by Fonterra - New Zealand’’s giant dairy exporter - to implement a new rail-based logistics solution for North Island export distribution.

  • Metroport
    News

    Port Interface the Concern For New Zealand

    2004-07-01T00:00:00Z

    It would be overstretching the point to suggest that New Zealand is facing a turning point in its ports and land transport development. But if some of the country’ s leading transportation ” thinkers” had their way, it would be.