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Shenzhen, Guangdong Province – China

Did you know that Shenzhen is the world’s third-busiest container port by traffic? The Port of Shenzhen is a collective name of a number of…

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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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Easter and ANZAC Day 2019 Arrangements

The Easter and ANZAC Day 2019 working arrangements for Fremantle Ports (and surrounds) have just been released. These have been collated by Fremantle Ports and include…

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Ongoing Protected Industrial action at DP World Australia

Since the CFMMEU commenced Protected Industrial Action (PIA) at DP World Australia (DPWA) terminals on 19 March, we have struggled to secure sufficient labour and…

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Moving Mountains

At the beginning of this month EES was faced with a challenge.  An urgent container was arriving into Singapore late, so late that it would…

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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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Xmas Lolly Competition 2018

Our famous “guess the flavour” Lolly Jar competition is back again for the forth year running and we’re asking you to join in the fun….

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Fremantle Ports Maritime Day 2018

We’ve been telling you about Fremantle Ports Maritime Day for years now: 2017 2016 2015 2014 It’s a fantastic day out for the whole family!

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The End of an Era

Two of the most regular visitors to Fremantle will shortly be phased out in the coming months. The Margaret River Bridge and the Swan River…

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