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Queensland seeks interest for port development

🕔 February 6, 2014
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On Friday 17 of January, 20124, Port of Townsville Limited issued a tender to seek Expressions of Interest (EoI) for the investment in and/or commercial operation of its berth 4.

The submissions for the  Expressions of Interest close on Fri, 21 Feb 2014 at 3:00PM. 

Ranee Crosby, the acting CEO of the Port of Townsville, stated:

The principal trade through Berth 4 at present is cement for use in construction and mining activity along with robust volumes of molasses, containerised and break-bulk cargoes, metals and minerals.As the primary sea link to internationally recognised minerals and agricultural regions, industrial heartlands, and regional population centres, the Port of Townsville is a highly attractive place to invest and do business.

Berth 4 is an established multi-purpose wharf suited for bulk, containerised and break-bulk cargoes and equipped with pipelines and a landing pad to service stern angle ramp RO/RO vessels. In the last financial year, it handled more than 900,000 tonnes of cargo.

The tender document is available from the Queensland Government's eTender website:

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