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South Mole closed for a month

  South Mole will be closed to the public for repairs and upgrade works from 26 October until 27 November this year. The works include…

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Start planning for the peak season

Even though it’s only July you should be thinking about the peak season. ​ Since 2010-11 there have been vast improvements in the flow of cargo…

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Patricks Stop Work meeting

Patrick / Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) Stop Work Meeting – Fremantle Terminal (Wednesday 01/07/2015) Patrick has just announced the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA)…

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Road changes on Rous Head – one-way trial

The one-way works are expected to start on Wednesday 27 May and will take about 2-3 weeks to complete. The trial, for a period of…

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Protection works on Fremantle traffic and rail bridges start

Pier protection works at Fremantle’s traffic and rail bridges will improve safety for road, rail and river users.   Fremantle’s rail and traffic bridges At the…

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Easter 2015 Arrangements

The  Easter 2015 Working Arrangements for Fremantle Ports (and surrounds) have just been released. These have been collated by the W.A. Port Operations Task Force and…

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After hours access is the key

Facilities within the Fremantle Port precinct are continuously reviewing opening hours as we move towards 24/7 operations to handle increasing trade volumes. Container terminals have…

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Fremantle Ports Newsletter

It’s been over eighteen months since EES Shipping released our very first newsletter. We love reading and sharing other companies newsletters, and seeing just how…

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Fremantle Ports and Fairy Terns

Fairy tern with chick eating fish at the Rous Head sanctuary A breeding sanctuary created by Fremantle Ports to give a helping hand to fairy…

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Port of Fremantle projects now completed

Three infrastructure projects supporting the container trade and representing $65.6 million of State and Federal investment were officially opened on 10 November. Warren Truss, Deputy…

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