Simulation program predicts rise in Geelong trade
Cargo imports and exports at Geelong are expected to reach almost 35m tonnes by 2030, according to a simulation program run by the port operators.
A computer simulation program shows major commodity growth at Geelong will mean more need for infrastructure investment, particularly increased shipping berths and storage.
Using the Planimate program, port analysts can look 20 years into the future, show next-generation ships visiting the...
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