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The MV Alizay 2 was berthed at Port Melville from 20 – 26 October 2018. It loaded approximately 35,000 tonnes of woodchips for export and was shipment #14. The vessels pictured alognside the MV Alizay 2 are global marine tugs Global Yorktown and La Trobe, bringing it in to berth.
AusGroup’s port and fuel supply business, NT Port and Marine has been honoured with the Chief Minister’s Award for Excellence in the Defence Industry at the 2018 Defence Support Industry Awards. Presented at the gala dinner on 10 October, the award was received by Executive General Manager Nathan Pike at the Darwin Convention Centre and was a huge achievement for business. Also in attendance was NT Port and Marine Business Manager Jon Betjeman, Port Manager […]
NT Port and Marine, an AusGroup company, is currently delivering training for two groups of trainees on Melville Island, with both groups returning to the port next week to continue the second part of the course. The Port Operations Support Officer Training program, which is delivered by NT Port and Marine and Civil Safety in partnership with the Tiwi Islands Training Education Board (TITEB) is funded by the NT Government. The program aims to provide […]
Port Melville has recently commenced providing marine fuel to vessels in the defence, border protection and oil & gas industry. DOF Subsea vessel Skandi Darwin under contract to PPTEP Rita M berthing/discharging fuel at Port Melville
The Uni Rich woodchip carrier docked at Port Melville on 15 January, marking the tenth shipment from the plantations on Melville Island. Departing six days later, it was the first shipment to the Chinese market, with Tiwi now exporting to both China and Japan. The woodchip exports commenced in August 2016 and provide a steady income stream and career opportunities for the local Tiwi community The Uni Rich arriving at Port Melville […]
30th March 2017 – The Australian Border Force vessel ‘Cape Wessel’ berths at Port Melville on the Tiwi Islands.