PO Box 19, Port Adelaide SA 5015
CEO, Flinders Port Holdings: Mr Stewart Lammin
General Manager, Flinders Ports: Capt. Carl Kavina
Flinders Ports operates seven of South Australia’s ports – Port Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Thevenard, Port Giles, Wallaroo and Klein Point.
Flinders Ports is committed to improving port services to the benefit of existing trades and assisting in the development of new business. The Company continues to expand its port facilities to meet the demands of its customers.
With the development and growth of the mining sector in South Australia, Flinders Ports is looking to develop all its ports to offer a competitive supply chain solution to the industry.
The seven ports are equipped to handle a range of bulk and break bulk cargoes with undeveloped land available, providing opportunities to further develop port infrastructure.
Available land in the Inner Harbour at Port Adelaide has direct access to wharf facilities and bulk loading infrastructure. This area is also linked by road and rail access to Adelaide’s industrial areas and the container terminal at Outer Harbour.
Land in Outer Harbour Port Adelaide has direct access to the Flinders Adelaide container terminal and road and rail facilities linking the Outer Harbour with intra and interstate origins and destinations.
An extensive road and railway network servicing a catchment area extending across South Australia to southern New South Wales and western Victoria enables Flinders Ports to offer a vast range of receival, storage and transport options.
PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES HANDLED:
Port Adelaide: Grains and seeds; limestone; petroleum products; soda ash; motor vehicles; containers; metals and metal scrap; cement / cement clinker; fertilisers; agricultural commodities; iron and steel; livestock; break-bulk and general cargoes; mineral sands; mineral concentrates.
Klein Point: Limestone.
Port Lincoln: Grains and seeds; petroleum products; fertilisers.
Port Giles: Grains and seeds.
Port Pirie: Grains and seeds; ores and concentrates; coal; general cargoes.
Thevenard: Gypsum; grains and seeds; salt; mineral sands.
Wallaroo: Grains and seeds; fertilisers.
BULK/BREAK BULK & GENERAL CARGOES
Our seven ports are equipped to handle a range of bulk, break bulk and general cargoes. Bulk cargoes include grain; cement; petroleum; gypsum; limestone and fertilisers while break bulk cargoes include motor vehicles; iron; steel; lead; zinc; livestock and fruit.
Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal (FACT) is the container terminal operator servicing South Australia. The terminal boasts excellent direct on-dock road and rail links with two berths providing 649m of quayline and 14.2m water depth alongside at low water. Productivity at the terminal has been boosted with the commissioning of two new Post-Panamax cranes in 2015. All three Post-Panamax cranes have the capacity to ‘twin-lift’ two TEUs/twenty-foot containers at the same time, and at faster operational speeds.
The container terminal provides customers with state-of-the-art facilities and services, ensuring the fast turnaround and efficient movement of goods. Intermodal facilities are provided, integrating the container terminal with the national road and rail system, enabling the efficient transfer of cargo.
A transition area provides storage for 6,251 TEUs and includes 318 reefer plugs.
A full range of quarantine, customs, fumigation and cleaning facilities are available.
For further information, please refer to our website www.flindersports.com.au. If you require additional information about Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal, please visit www.flindersadelaidecontainerterminal.com.au.
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