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|Title:||Infrastructure Capacity Constraints and Competition|
|Abstract:||During the recent drought that affected much of Australia, particularly in Queensland and New South Wales, the volume of containerised imports through the Port of Brisbane increased significantly. Indeed as far as containers are concerned, Brisbane is now predominately an import port. This fundamental transformation has led to changes in what were traditional options for exporting cotton out of Brisbane. These changes, and other developments at the Port of Brisbane, are detailed in this paper, and will hopefully aid the cotton exporter, in the next and foreseeable seasons. Specifically, the Corporation will look at recent changes to cargo trends, container supply and type, shipping services, changing cotton destinations, warehousing, and road and rail connections.|
|Appears in Collections:||2008 Australian Cotton Conference|
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