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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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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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Queen’s Birthday Closure

We wish to advise that our office will be closed on Monday the 24th September in order to honour the Queen’s Birthday. We will re-open…

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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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Deferring GST on imports

Did you know that you are able to defer paying your GST when importing goods into Australia? That’s right – the deferred GST (DGST) scheme…

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Cargo cruise

Introducing the Aranui 5, which we have nicknamed the mullet vessel.  It’s half cargo vessel, half cruise ship.  The business is up the front, whilst…

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Shipping Award Results 2017

EES was fortunate this year to be finalists in three categories at the Australian Shipping and Maritime Awards for the fourth year running! The outstanding…

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Container – The Box That Changed the World

The Australian National Maritime Museum will play host to the outdoor exhibition “Container – The Box That Changed the World. This exciting now exhibition is…

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World Maritime Day 2017

World Maritime Day has been celebrated around the world in the last week of September.  2016’s theme was Shipping – Indispensable to the World. 2017’s…

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