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Fremantle Container Trade is Up

Containerised trade through Fremantle Ports in August was significantly more than in any month this calendar year, and was a big step up on throughput…

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Sailor Monument

A three metre sculpture of a sailor was unveiled late September as part of the Australian Sailor Monument, honouring the contribution of Aussie seafarers. Western…

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Handling larger ships

Deepening the Fremantle Inner Harbour in 2010 to 14.7m has ensured that the Port of Fremantle can handle any of the larger container ships currently…

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Margaret River Bridge – Delays expected

Please kindly note that we have been advised by K-line that the current arrival time of the Margaret River Bridge is slightly off schedule. The…

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Port Infrastructure Surcharge

Please be advised that effective as of the 10th of July 2017 Terminal Operator Patricks at the Port of Fremantle will be implementing a Port…

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Underwater rock mound

An underwater rock mound will be constructed in Fremantle Inner Harbour to protect the Fremantle Rail Bridge from the risk of ship impact. An underwater…

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North Fremantle Roadworks

Currently the Main Roads Western Australia are carrying out roadworks to the Tydeman Road – Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle intersection. These roadworks are running…

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A day in the life..

Our good friends at Fremantle Ports recently published an article in their newsletter entitled “Day in the life of a container ship”. We loved this…

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Import Trade Stats – Fremantle

A solid throughput was recorded at Fremantle Port for the month of February.  The records showed that the amount of containers being moved via the…

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MUA Stop Work Meeting

We have been advised of the following authorised MUA stop work meetings at both Fremantle Terminals: Patrick’s Terminal Fremantle Authorised MUA 4hr Stop Work Meeting…

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