Associate Members

1-Stop Connections Pty Ltd

AGS World Transport Pty Ltd

Auriga Group Pty Ltd

Aurizon Limited

Ausport Marine

Australian Amalgamated Terminals (AAT)

Australian Maritime College

Colin Biggers & Paisley Pty Ltd

DP World Limited

Flinders Ports Holdings South Australia Pty Ltd

Gordon Brandon (Vic) Pty Ltd

Henning Harders (Australia) Pty Ltd

HFW Australia

HWL Ebsworth Pty Ltd

Maritime Safety Queensland

Melbourne International RoRo & Auto Terminal Pty Ltd

Merchant Navy War Memorial Fund Ltd

Patrick Terminals

Peter McQueen Pty Limited

Port Kembla Gateway Pty Ltd

Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd

Port of Newcastle

Port Phillip Sea Pilots Pty Ltd

Poseidon Sea Pilots Pty Ltd

SERCO Asia Pacific

Sparke Helmore Lawyers

Sydney International Container Terminals Pty Ltd

Thomas Miller (Australasia) Pty Ltd

Thompson Clarke Shipping Pty Ltd

United Rentals Australia Pty Limited

United Salvage

Victoria International Container Terminal

Wormald Australia Pty Limited


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Membership is open to all ship owners, operators and agents both Australian and International providing services to or within Australia.

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SAL’s NSW State Committee’s Parliamentary Luncheon
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Shipping Australia joins WISTA Australia!
Shipping Australia is pleased to announce that we have joined the Women’s International Trading & Shipping Association (WISTA) Australia! Formed in 1974, the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA International) is a global organisation connecting female executives and decision-makers around the world. WISTA International serves as a connector for its network of more than...
Global protectionism: restrictive ship-flagging law takes a blow from High Court
A legal decision by the High Court has dealt a blow – albeit only temporarily – to a restrictive ship flagging rule in Bangladesh. The High Court of Bangladesh has, according to media reports, suspended rules that require foreign ships to get a waiver from the Bangladesh shipping regulator before loading cargo for, or leaving...

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Shipping Australia – Annual Review 2023
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