Bunbury is situated182 kilometres south of Perth and is the third largest city in Western Australia. With a population of approximately 55,000 people, Bunbury is the regional centre for industry, commerce and tourism.
The Port of Bunbury is managed by the Bunbury Port Authority. The Port plays a major role in the worldwide distribution of products from the South West region. Rail and road infrastructure facilitates cargo throughput and connects the Port to important mining, manufacturing, agricultural and pastoral industries. The Port manages approximately 12 million tons of trade annually. Presently, the available berths are:
Berth 1: Mineral Sands, Panamax Class, Gantry Loader, 800 tonnes per hour
Berth 2: Dangerous Goods, Tanker, General Cargo, Six Storage Tanks
Berth 3: Woodchips, Fixed Mechanical Loader, 1000 tonnes per hour
Berth 4: ALOCA World Alumina Operated, Four Dolphins, Panamax Class
Berth 5: General Purpose, Mineral Sands, Bulk Commodities, Cargo
Berth 6: Worlsey Alumina, Four Independent Dolphins, 2500 tonnes per hour
Berth 8: Mineral Sands, General Bulk, Panamax Class, Ro-Ro Vessels
The experienced team at ISS Bunbury have thorough knowledge of the local region and provide comprehensive shipping agency services to their Principals.