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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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Freo Port above average November

Fremantle reported a throughput of 62,337 TEU for November, the second-highest monthly total for 2016, and well ahead of the average for the year (through…

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Fairy Terns return to Fremantle

Fairy terns have returned for the third nesting season to the Rous Head sanctuary created by Fremantle Ports. Port Environmental Advisor Adam van der Beeke said at…

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Ovation of the Seas Stats

Just last week we saw the massive cruise ship, Ovation of the Seas, arrive into Fremantle. Our good friends at Fremantle Port have posted some…

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