MOVE establishes delivery route to link New Zealand ports with Tasmania and Australia’s East Coast

New Zealand-based transport and logistics group MOVE Logistics Group Limited has established its first trans-Tasman shipping line, scheduled to launch in the fourth quarter of 2022, as part of its new Oceans business. In line with this, MOVE has entered into an agreement to acquire Atlas Wind in Europe. The acquisition is expected to be …

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Injectors Caterpillar. Cat Fuel System Service and Repair

Caterpillar fuel equipment is widely used on heavy construction equipment. In diesel engines, Caterpillar hydraulically actuated and electromagnetically controlled injectors are installed, which are not affected by the camshaft cam, but by oil from the engine lubrication system, which is supplied under high pressure using a separate pump. The solenoid valve located in the oil …

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New JL Audio Mediamaster 105 marine

New JL Audio Mediamaster 105 marine sources go on sale in Australia and New Zealand

JL Audio, manufacturer of high-performance marine audio systems, is pleased to announce that the all-new MediaMaster® 105 will go on sale in Australia and New Zealand in August. The MM105 uses Bluetooth® 5.0 with Qualcomm aptX™ technology to stream music from smartphones at the highest possible quality. “The MM105 IS is specifically designed to complement …

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Public investment boosts coastal shipping in New Zealand

Public investment boosts coastal shipping in New Zealand

Transport Minister Michael Wood today announced that New Zealand is one step closer to a more sustainable, competitive and resilient coastal shipping sector after selecting preferred suppliers for new and expanded coastal shipping services. “Coastal shipping is a small but important part of New Zealand’s freight system, so the Government is investing in making coastal …

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Foreign-flagged ships allowed to cruise in the South Pacific under new rules

Foreign-flagged ships allowed to cruise in the South Pacific under new rules

The New Zealand Marine Industry Association (NZ Marine) has announced that updated yachting rules will finally come into force from August. The new rules were agreed by the four major yachting hubs in the South Pacific two years ago, but because of border closures due to Covid-19, they could not be implemented until 2022. The …

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