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Port gets wash-down

INSTALLATION of a federally certified wash-down facility and quarantine approved premises at the Port of Mackay has boosted the port’s chances of becoming a major trade and logistics hub supporting the Mackay and Bowen Basin regions and future Galilee Basin operations.

Karma Barndon
Operations continue out of Mackay Port

Operations continue out of Mackay Port

Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt said the world knew Australia took its quarantine efforts seriously. “The Port of Mackay has entered a new era of break bulk trade, and North Queensland Bulk Ports can...

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