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Handling larger ships

Deepening the Fremantle Inner Harbour in 2010 to 14.7m has ensured that the Port of Fremantle can handle any of the larger container ships currently…

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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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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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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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Fremantle Ports Maritime Day 2016

There’s less than two weeks to go until the annual Fremantle Ports Maritime Day for 2016! Held at Victoria Quay, Fremantle, this fun filled day…

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A closer look at Fremantle Ports

Fremantle Ports is Australia’s fourth largest port and is also Western Australia’s biggest cargo port. This picturesque port is a sheltered, all-weather port, which is…

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MUA Industrial Action Fremantle

  Please kindly note that currently there is a lot of Maritime Union of Australia (M.U.A) Industrial Action happening at Patricks Fremantle Port.   MUA…

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Fairy tern numbers double

(photo by Gary Tate) Fairy tern numbers double in second breeding season The Rous Head fairy tern breeding sanctuary established by Fremantle Ports attracted 220…

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Mooring skills

This interesting photo was taken by Inner Harbour Team Leader Terry Stainton demonstrates the precision with which vessels can be moored when space is at…

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