Port Kembla is located 72 kilometres south of Sydney and is one of the three major ports in New South Wales. Each year Port Kembla attracts a trade throughput of approximately 26 million tonnes and over 600 vessel visits. The port is managed by the Port Kembla Port Corporation, and services all types of general bulk, liquid cargoes, containers and vehicle handling. There are 18 berths in total, grouped into five terminals:
Australian Amalgamated Terminals used to process motor vehicles, containerised and break bulk products.
BlueScope Steel operates berths adjacent to its steel making plant for importing bulk raw materials such as iron ore and exporting steel slabs and other steel products.
The Port Kembla Coal Terminal in the Inner Harbour exports around 10 to 11 million tonnes of coal and coke per annum (with capacity up to 15 million tonnes).
The Port Kembla Gateway used to process bulk and break bulk cargo including copper concentrate, fertiliser, clinker, pulp/saw logs and steel products.
The Port Kembla Grain Terminal located in the Inner Harbour exports a variety of grains from south and south-western NSW.
Our staff at ISS Port Kembla are experienced in providing a wide and comprehensive range of maritime agency services. They have thorough knowledge of the locality and are committed to providing excellent service to meet your needs.