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Quattro Ports grain terminal officially opened

24 April
2017

The new Quattro Ports grain terminal at Port Kembla was officially opened today, with a ceremony attended by port stakeholders and local community leaders to mark the occasion.

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Moorebank operations to provide increased intermodal capacity to assist in supply chain efficiency

6 April
2017

Representatives from NSW Ports were on hand today to mark the official commencement of construction of the Moorebank Logistics Park.

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Supporting our local community - The Bay Gift

3 April
2017

The Bay Gift sprint carnival took place on Sunday 2nd April and NSW Ports were proud to be gold sponsors of the event.

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Clean Up Australia Day 2017

28 March
2017

It was all hands on deck recently as members of the port community got together to do their bit (and get their hands dirty) in order to ensure their local area was “ship shape”, a place to be proud of.

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Giraffe on the move

27 February
2017

A special operation took place recently to transport a “distinctive” piece of cargo across the wharves of Port Botany.

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Norwegian Star visits Port Kembla

27 February
2017

On Thursday 24th February 2017, the Norwegian Cruise Lines vessel Norwegian Star visited Port Kembla harbour for the first time.

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Port Botany welcomes 8500 TEU container vessel

23 November
2016

A milestone has been reached with the arrival of the vessel Maersk Seroja Enam at Port Botany, the largest container ship to visit Australia.

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NSW Ports comments regarding Hanjin Shipping Line

8 September
2016

On 31st August 2016, South Korea's Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd filed for receivership. Hanjin is the 8th largest container line in the world. Their vessels call at various Australian ports, including Port Botany, to discharge and load cargo.

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Prince of Wales Drive closure Monday 21 October until 1.30pm

21 October
2019

Prince of Wales Drive closure - Monday 21 October until 1.30pm

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NSW Ports and Patrick Terminals commence work on $190 million project to double ‘on-dock’ rail capacity at Port Botany

1 September
2019

NSW Ports and Patrick Terminals have commenced work on a $190 million project to double ‘on-dock’ rail infrastructure capacity at Port Botany’s Patrick Terminals - Sydney AutoStrad™, ensuring a sustainable supply chain that will meet the future trade needs of Sydney’s growing population.

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