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Patrick Stop Work Meeting – Fremantle

Please note that an “authorised” MUA (Maritime Union of Australia) stop work meeting has been set down for Patrick Terminal Fremantle tomorrow Tuesday 12th December…

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Peak Season Operating Hours 2017

The hard-working crew at the Western Australia Port Operations Task Force (WAPOTF) have issued this years Peak Season Operating Hours – 2017. This shows both…

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Georgia Peach

We’re certainly crossing our fingers that we won’t need her but the Georgia Peach has arrived in Fremantle. What’s a Georgia Peach you’re wondering? She’s…

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Blank Sailing Information

Please note the following important update for “K” Line vessel movements during the upcoming Christmas and New Year period 2017/2018: WEEK 51 : Swan River…

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Fremantle Ports bumper October

October was a big month for containers through Port of Fremantle, with the highest monthly throughput since 2015, according to the latest trade data from…

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Stop Work Meeting – Fremantle

Please note that on Tuesday the November 28th  – Authorised Stop Work, DP World Fremantle. Please be advised that there will be an approved stop…

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Ships in the Night

  Over the course of a year, Fremantle artist Jo Darbyshire recorded the names of ships in the Fremantle Inner Harbour on her train ride…

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Fremantle Ports Maritime Day 2017

There’s less than a weeks to go until the annual Fremantle Ports Maritime Day for 2017! Held at Victoria Quay, Fremantle, this fun filled day…

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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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