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The Hobart and Burnie Ports expansion project: improving cruise infrastructure capacity in a competitive market - A Case study with TasPorts
In this case study, Kevin Moore, General Manager Customer Management at Tasmanian Ports Corporation, shares insight into the vision for these key developments and how they are creating masterplans for port expansions which are set to increase capacity, improve economic outcomes and enhance the passenger experience across Tasmania.
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This article explores 5 major port developments happening right now across Australia and the strategies they are using to deliver new port infrastructure to capture the economic benefits of cruise line and passenger expenditure.
The Feasibility of the Development of Cruise Ship Infrastructure, Insights from the City of Gold Coast
Over the past five years the City of Gold Coast has been investigating the economic benefits for investment into cruise ship infrastructure, with the feasibility study recently completed in June 2017.
In this article, Luke Adair, Coordinator Major Projects, City of Gold Coast shares the strategies his team is using to analyse the feasibility of the development of port infrastructure and the steps they are taking to ensure effective stakeholder communication throughout the process.
Stakeholders have reached an in principle agreement for a new mega-cruise ship terminal at the mouth of the Brisbane river. The State Government, Brisbane City Council, the port of Brisbane, and Queensland Urban Utilities have agreed on crucial commercial and technical issues.
In a major win for Townsville, the first cruise ship that will accept passengers from the city has sold out within months of hitting the market.
Auckland will soon be able to accommodate an increasing number of large modern cruise ships providing millions of dollars for Auckland and thousands of jobs.