Shipping Australia Magazine

Young Shipping Australia is a non-profit organization uniquely crafted for young professionals passionate about the shipping industry. Since its inception in 2007, guided by the dedicated YSA NSW Committee, YSA has become a beacon for innovation, growth, and connection for those under 35, committed to shaping the future of shipping.

Shipping Australia – Annual Review 2023

Published January, 2024

Shipping Australia mid-year 2023

Published August, 2023

Annual Review of 2022

Published February, 2023

SAL Winter 2022

Published September, 2022

Shipping Australia Annual Review – 2021

Published January, 2022
Shipping Australia Magazine Winter 2021

Winter 2021

Published August, 2021
Shipping Australia Annual Review

Annual Review 2020

Published December, 2020

Spring/Summer 2020

Published October, 2020
Shipping Australia Magazine Autumn Winter 2020

Autumn/Winter 2020

Published June, 2020

Annual Review 2019

Published January, 2020
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Aug 22
SAL’s NSW State Committee’s Parliamentary Luncheon
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY Port of Newcastle    GUEST SPEAKER The Hon. Natalie Ward MLC Shadow Minister for Transport and Roads Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party   Please book tickets before COB Friday, 15 August 2024 Seating is limited – book early to avoid disappointment.

Latest News

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
January, 2024

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