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Easter Working Arrangements 2020

The Easter Operating Hours – 2020 for Fremantle Ports (and surrounds) have just been released. These have been collated by the W.A. Port Operations Task…

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Fremantle Terminals Stop Work Meetings

We have been advised of the following two stop work meetings at both terminals in Fremantle: DP World Fremantle Please be advised there will be…

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Fremantle Ports Maritime Day 2019

Grab out your diaries – get ready to write this date down! Saturday 2nd November … It’s Fremantle Ports Maritime Day!

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Steer Clear of Ships

With the summer months approaching and more recreational boats expected to be on the water, Fremantle Ports has warned boat owners to take care around…

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Can Fremantle handle bigger ships?

Two of the largest-capacity container ships to ever visit Australia visited Fremantle in July. Capable of carrying 9400 standard containers each—double the number on most…

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Fremantle Road Delays – Stirling Bridge Expansion Joint Replacement

Main Roads are conducting works on Expansion Joint Replacement to Stirling Bridge in Fremantle. Night works began on the 10th June and is expected to…

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Fremantle Ports celebrates 50 years

The Encounter Bay arriving at Fremantle Port – 28th March 1969 This year in March, Fremantle Ports celebrated 50 years since the start of the…

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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 Trade Stats

Today we’re sharing some interesting statistics with you from the team at Fremantle Ports. So far this financial year, Western Australians have imported 416 TEU/20-ft…

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National award for WA marine biosecurity

  Fremantle Ports has been involved in a partnership between WA’s Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and port authorities to keep marine pests…

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