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A Queensland-based logistics company is penetrating deeper into the stevedoring sector, recently adding Sun Metals Corporation to its growing portfolio.

Northern Stevedoring Services (NSS) has been awarded the transport and logistics services contract for Sun Metals Corporation’s (SMC) zinc and by-products exports.
Leading digital marketing expert, Mellissah Smith, has been appointed to the Gold Coast Region Information Technology Forum Committee as Treasurer for 2008/9 period.

The Gold Coast Region IT Forum is the peak information technology industry body in the Gold Coast.
Northern Stevedoring Services (NSS), formerly Northern Shipping and Stevedoring, has renewed its commitment to setting the benchmark for the delivery of stevedoring and supply chain solutions throughout Queensland through the implementation of several key customer relationship management (CRM) initiatives.
Want an audience of 7.23 million internet users? Web 3.0 is the answer!

A survey undertaken by Marketing Eye Digital* revealed that almost 50% of SME’s found the internet to be the most effective tool. Since the survey was released, the importance of the internet has only increased further.
Leading craft supplies company, Shamrock Craft, has appointed Marketing Eye to revamp their website. Marketing Eye has been hired to develop the website which will extend the wholesaler’s extensive relationships with customers and stakeholders.
Sydney Morning Herald

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Safe haven … Anh Diec Trieu, 73, and Lily Mah, 64, at Gallop House, formerly the home of the merchant Quong Tart. ( Photo: Kate Geraghty)

They eat Cantonese food three times a day, play mah-jong, watch Hong Kong cable TV and, for those who can get out of their chairs, meet for Tai Chi classes in the recreation room. When they need assistance, the staff all speak their language - Mandarin or Cantonese.
Maritime consulting firm Thompson Clarke Shipping has announced the appointment of former Lloyds List DCN editor Sandy Galbraith as a director.

Thompson Clarke managing director Richard Stevens said Mr Galbraith's appointment was an important part of the company's succession planning and national focus.