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Rotterdam Port receives nine new cranes

Last weekend the Port of Rotterdam received a huge shipment – nine new Super Post Panamax container cranes. This was the first time that a…

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The heat is on

Main Roads Western Australia are this morning advising  that there is an uneven surface hazard Tonkin Highway Southbound from Hale Road to Welshpool Road East….

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Patrick / Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) Stop Work Meeting

Patrick / Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) Stop Work Meeting – Fremantle Terminal (Monday 20/01/2014) Patrick have just announced the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA)…

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The enormous Port of Shanghai

Did you watch the morning news on your big screen TV this morning? Make some toast in your new toaster?  Trip over your kid’s toys? …

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K-line change in Terminal – Important Notice

EES have been recently advised by K-line that, effective from their next vessel’s arrival into Fremantle, their vessels will now be discharged at Patrick’s Terminal. …

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Ever thought of a cruise on a container ship?

With your carbon footprint being almost completely “carbon neutral” hopping aboard a container ship for a cruise is a fantastic and eco-friendly way to travel….

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Christmas nears as Fremantle Port at record levels

The W.A. Port Operations Task Force has issued December’s media release advising that container throughput at Fremantle Port has been at record levels during the…

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Shipowners scramble to ensure their vessels are safe

On November 6, we posted about Peak Season Wharf Activity  and shared information about the ill-fated ship, APL Turquoise.  This vessel, a 4369 TEU (twenty…

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Peak Season Wharf Activity

We are currently in the peak season leading up to Christmas. During this period, it can be extremely difficult and confusing for the wharves, transport…

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Extensions started at North Quay Rail Terminal

Work has commenced on the extension of the North Quay Rail Terminal in North Fremantle. The $31.4 million project is being funded by the Federal…

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