Ports provide a crucial interface for the transfer of cargo between the waterside and landside, with the owners and operators of these facilities having an active interest in ensuring that this interface can operate in an effective manner.
NSW Ports is a key stakeholder in facilitating the efficient movement of cargo across all our facilities.
Logistics requires an increasing coordination of transport by road, rail and sea. The importance of efficient and seamless logistics is greater than ever before. There has been an increasing level of attention on the need for suitable planning, to ensure that infrastructure and operations for the movement of freight can be managed in the future.
For any information in regards to logistics functions please contact the Logistics Manager on 1300 922 524 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Logistics and Operations
Ports provide a crucial interface for the transfer of cargo between the waterside and landside, with the owners and operators of these facilities having an active interest in ensuring that this interface can operate in an effective manner.Read More
Efficient road connections to and from ports and intermodal terminals are vital to the efficient movement of freight and essential to be able to cater for the growing NSW freight task.Read More
Rail operations are an increasingly vital component of the logistics network that can contribute to the more sustainable movement of freight to and from the port and its facilities.Read More
Intermodal operations offer a range of landside logistics services and are primarily located in close proximity to areas of concentrated industrial development. Many intermodal operations now offer integrated services to meet the needs of their customers transporting freight to and from the port.Read More