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Transport Minister Troy Buswell explains the state government's new ports strategy.

Port authorities to merge, miners to lose board seats

The state government has announced broad plans for a major shake-up of the state's ports, with planned mergers of regional port authorities, increased private sector investment, and the exclusion of mining companies and other "customers" from the governing boards.

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Perth WA
How they will hate this in Port Hedland, but especially Dampier/Port Walcott, but I agree it will be a very good thing for the area. At long last other port users such as the shipping companies, shipping agencies, providores and other suppliers to vessels will have a better chance to be heard (I hope)and hopefully the monopolies of the big companies will be somewhat reduced.

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