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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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Easter 2018 Arrangements

The Easter 2018 working arangements  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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Be prepared for Easter

It’s not long to go until we celebrate Easter! We have all been holiday overloaded here with Christmas and then Chinese New Year but we’re…

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Fremantle Nov and Dec container trade

NOVEMBER Fremantle Port saw an uptick in containerised cargo throughput in the run-up to the Christmas season, with an almost record-breaking number of containers crossing…

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Stop Work Meeting – Fremantle

Please note that on Tuesday the November 28th  – Authorised Stop Work, DP World Fremantle. Please be advised that there will be an approved stop…

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New look for lighthouses

  Newly painted North Mole Lighthouse The North Mole and South Mole lighthouses have been newly painted and, to protect them against vandalism and break-ins,…

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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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Maritime Day – Fremantle Port

Fremantle Ports Maritime Day 2014 promises to be the biggest ever with a number of ships and boats alongside at Victoria Quay, a huge range…

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