5368.0.55.018 - Information Paper: Experimental Statistics on International Shipping Container Movements, 2009-10  
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CONTENTS

Introduction
Includes: background and outline of the contents of the information paper.
What are containers?
Includes: definitions and descriptions of types of containers and their use in Australia.
Data requirements and policy drivers
Includes: range of stakeholder container statistics policy drivers, use of container statistics, identified common stakeholder needs.
Relationship between international shipping container statistics and other statistics
Includes: information on the scope of container movement statistics and of ABS merchandise trade statistics.
Customs and Border Protection Methodology
Includes: overview of Customs and Border Protection methodology for deriving statistics.
Overview of ABS Analysis
Includes: ABS investigation method, dataset information, data items included for analysis.
Results of ABS Analysis
Includes: confidentiality analysis and results, seaport and container delivery postcode investigation, results and data tables, plus container delivery postcode maps for Australia's five major ports.
Proposed outputs
Includes: a description of requirements for ABS to maintain the confidentiality of data about individual businesses and details of spreadsheets containing experimental statistics.
Feedback and future developments
Includes: options for container movement statistics, stakeholder feedback questionnaire and ABS contact information.
Conclusion
Includes: invitation for stakeholder participation and feedback.