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Coronavirus Response – To our valued clients

To our valued clients, As the situation caused by COVID-19 intensifies, we would like to take the opportunity to reach out and let you know…

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Labour Day Closure – 2nd March 2020

Please kindly note that EES Shipping will be closed on Monday 2nd March for Labour Day. “The Labour Day holiday commemorates the granting of the…

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New Crane for Patricks

Crane ship Zhen Hua 24 arrived on 27 December with a new post-panamax crane for the Patrick container terminal. The vessel also was transporting two…

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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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Blank Sailings as Freight Rates Drop

Freight rates from the Asia region continued to drop this month.  Importers in Australia are reaping the benefits, but it begs the question, just how…

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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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New street lighting for Rous Head South

Street lighting in the older part of Rous Head will be upgraded to match the newer area (above) Street lighting in Rous Head south of…

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Fremantle Fairy Terns

Fremantle Ports fairy tern sanctuary at Rous Head has been recognised by PIANC, the World Association for Waterborne   Transport Infrastructure. ​ Port Environmental Advisor…

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Freo container trade sees March increases

Container trade through the Port of Fremantle is seeing an uptick in activity, according to the latest available trade statistics from the Port of Fremantle….

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China – Dense Fog in Shanghai Causes Vessel Delays

Please note terminals in Shanghai and Ningbo have been significantly affected by dense fog over the past few weeks. An intense fog have been hanging…

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