Coastal shipping public hearings move on to Melbourne

The House of Representatives Infrastructure and Transport Committee is conducting a series of public hearings as part of its review of coastal shipping policy and regulation. The second of these federal parliamentary committee hearings will be held in Melbourne on Monday 21 April 2008. Witnesses appearing are shown in the hearing program below:

Inquiry into coastal shipping policy and regulation

Room G3, Parliament Committee Offices

55 St Andrew’s Place, Melbourne

Monday, 21 April 2008 

 9.00 am  Australian Shipowners Association     

10.00 am        ANL Container Line Pty. Ltd.  

10.45 am        Visy  

11.30 am        ASP Ship Management   

Further information and advice on making submissions, can be found here.


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