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- Port of Newcastle has 141 Employees.
- Port of Newcastle currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Port of Newcastle?
The Port of Newcastle is one of Australia’s major trading ports and the world's largest coal export port. It is positioned at the gateway to one of Australia’s largest regional economies, and with close proximity to Sydney. Port of Newcastle Operations (trading as Port of Newcastle) is the manager of the Port under a 98-year lease from the NSW Government which commenced on 30 May 2014. Port of Newcastle is responsible for: - vessel scheduling - property management and port development - trade development - cruise shipping - dredging and survey - wharf and berth services - planning and environmental management, and - development and maintenance of major port assets. On an annual basis, the Port handles 164 million tonnes of bulk, project and containerised cargo, and 2,169 vessels. For more information on the port’s capabilities, visit www.portofnewcastle.com.au. Port of Newcastle manages 792 hectares of port land, including 200 hectares of vacant portside land which is available for development. The port has 20 operational berths, including 8 common user berths. Port of Newcastle can assist via: - Joint capital project partnerships - Facilitation of projects from concept to completion - Guidance re: planning, development and construction - Introductions to service providers within the port - Access to portside land - End to end supply chain solutions for import and export For more information contact the Port of Newcastle Trade and Business Development team on +61 2 4908 8200. Port management, Leasing port lands, Shipping, Freight and logistics, Bulk, project, break bulk and containerised freight, Trade and business development, Import and exportkeywords:N/A