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Big Little Vessels

We often talk about big container ships coming into Fremantle, like Archimidis (318m long, 43m wide, 90,000grt), but the two ships with the highest throughput…

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Fremantle Port Performance

The Port of Fremantle is the fastest out of Australia’s five biggest container ports for turning around trucks and containers, according to a report released…

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Xmas and NY Working Arrangement 2018

The hard-working crew at the Western Australia Port Operations Task Force (WAPOTF) have issued this years 2018 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR WORKING ARRANGEMENTS. This shows both…

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Vessel directed to leave Australian territory

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has confirmed a ship destined for New Zealand was found carrying brown marmorated stink bugs when it arrived…

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Crane ship arrives in Fremantle

A ship from China carrying five container cranes has berthed in Fremantle Inner Harbour. Zhen Hua 24 arriving at the entrance of Fremantle Inner Harbour Crane ship Zhen…

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Important Notice: Prevent Infestation of BMSB

IMPORTANT NOTICE This notice is in regards to the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) season that is about to commence here in Australia.  The season…

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Fremantle Nov and Dec container trade

NOVEMBER Fremantle Port saw an uptick in containerised cargo throughput in the run-up to the Christmas season, with an almost record-breaking number of containers crossing…

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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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Electric and Autonomous

Norwegian fertilizer producer Yara and maritime technology firm Kongsberg Gruppe are teaming up to build what they say will be the world’s first fully-electric and…

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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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