Seaport of Fremantle
The seaport of Fremantle – is the biggest and most active port in West Australia. The port in Fremantle was designed by an engineer of Irish origin and opened in 1897.
Fremantle consists of an internal port, located at the mouth of the Swan River. The internal port includes the northern and southern part of quays named North Quay and Victoria Quay. The internal port handles a large number of sea containers, import and export of livestock vehicles, maritime cruises, and navy, operating 24 hours a day. The Fremantle Port also consists of an external port located in the area of Kwinana, located 20 kilometers south of the internal port. It handles bulk cargo, such as grains, crude oil, liquid gas, aluminum oxide, mineral sands, fertilizers, sulfur and other.
If you intend to import from Fremantle or you want to evaluate an export to Fremantle, check our calculator for break-bulk shipments at SEAOO.com or write us an e-mail about container shipments.
Shipowners supports port in Fremantle: ANL, APL, Canmar/Contship, CMA/CGM, Contship, Ecru-Line, Hamburg Sud, Hapag Lloyd, hual, Marfret, MISC, MOL, MSC, NYK, OOCL, OWL, Spliethoff’s, Wallenius Wilhelmsen.