Port Lincoln is located on the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula in the West Coast region of South Australia. The city is home to over 14,000 people and is approximately 700 kilometres by road from Adelaide. Port Lincoln is the regional centre for industry, particularly fishing, aquaculture, and grain-handling.
The Port of Port Lincoln is managed by the Flinders Ports Corporation. As a natural deepwater harbour, Port Lincoln is ideal for large bulk carriers. The main commodities that pass through the Port are grains and seeds, petroleum products and fertilisers.
Port Lincoln has nine berths for industrial use. Two berths are dedicated to bulk loading grain, one for fertiliser, one for roll-on roll-off, one for oil and four for fishing. These berths are connected to the main state-wide railway line.
The team at ISS Port Lincoln has specialised knowledge of the local area and is committed to providing excellent service to their Principals.