• Berths

CASHIN QUAY 1 (CQ1)

Trades serviced: coal export and roll-on / roll-off car vessels

  • 234m long wharf
  • Maximum vessel draught 12.4m
  • Coal shiploader with conveyer system (up to 1650 tonnes per hour)
  • Spring fender system
  • Potable water supply
  • Heavy duty concrete wharf deck with an area suitable for vessel quarter ramps

 

CASHIN QUAY 2 (CQ2)

LPC’s newest container wharf, constructed in 2015.

Trades serviced: containers

  • Overall length 230m long, 34m wide
  • Heavy duty concrete deck
  • Maximum vessel draught 13.3m
  • Modern fender system with Trelleborg Supercone fenders
  • 4 ship to shore container cranes available to operate on the wharf
  • Potable water supply

 

CASHIN QUAY 3+4 (CQ3+4)

Trades serviced: containers

  • Overall length 363m long, 23m wide, heavy duty concrete deck
  • Maximum vessel draughts
    • 13.3m for the eastern 80m of CQ3+4
    • 12.4m for the western 283m of CQ3+4
  • Modern fender system with Trelleborg Supercone fenders
  • 4 ship to shore container cranes available to operate on the wharf
  • Potable water supply

 

NO. 1 BREASTWORK 

Trades serviced: cement import and small fishing vessel / loading, unloading and servicing

  • Overall wharf length 172m, with a 30m long by 20m wide heavy duty concrete deck in the centre suitable for HPMV loading
  • Maximum vessel length at the berth 130m, as based on landside mooring bollard locations
  • Maximum vessel draught 7.9m
  • Potable water supply
  • Low voltage electrical power supply points

 

NO. 2 WHARF

A finger wharf that services a wide range of trades, suitable for discharge of dry bulk import, general cargo and export of logs.  Also available for lay up and ship repair.

  • Heavy duty concrete deck suitable for HPMV loading
  • No. 2 East is 270m long and 30m wide, with a UHMWPE facing panel fender system
    • Maximum vessel draught 11.1m
    • Mobile bulk cargo discharge hoppers can be used on the Eastern side of the wharf
  • No. 2 West is 170m long and 30m wide, timber fender system
    • Maximum vessel draught 8.8m
  • Potable water supply
  • Low voltage electrical power supply points
  • Vehicle weighbridge located close to the wharf

 

NO. 3 WHARF

A finger wharf that services a wide range of trades, suitable for discharge of dry bulk import, general cargo and export of logs. Also available for lay up and ship repair.

  • Heavy duty concrete deck suitable for HPMV loading
  • No. 3 East is 195m long and 26m wide
    • Maximum vessel draught 8.7m
    • Mobile bulk cargo discharge hoppers can be used on the Eastern side of the wharf
  • No. 3 West is 210m long and 26m wide
    • Maximum vessel draught 10.5m
  • Potable water supply
  • Low voltage electrical power supply points
  • Vehicle weighbridge located close to the wharf

 

 NO. 7 WHARF

A finger wharf that services a wide range of trades, suitable for discharge of break bulk cargo, loading of scrap steel and discharge of dry bulk import cargo. Also suitable for car vessels with a heavy duty section of wharf with capacity for roll-on / roll-off vessel quarter ramps.

  • No. 7 East is 215m long and 32m wide
    • Maximum vessel draught 9.7m
    • Mobile bulk cargo discharge hoppers can be used on the Eastern side of the wharf
    • The outer 36m of wharf is not suitable for vehicle loading
    • The inner 110m of the wharf is a extra heavy duty concrete deck suitable for LPC380 loading (38 tonne wheel load), and the central 80m of the wharf is suitable for HPMV loading.
  • Potable water supply
  • Low voltage electrical power supply points
  • Vehicle weighbridge located close to the wharf

 

OIL WHARF

The oil wharf is used for the discharge of bulk petroleum, LPG and chemical liquids. There are also bunkering facilities for vessels.

  • The main wharf structure is 115m long and approx. 25m wide
  • Maximum vessel length is 200m with a maximum draught of 11.8m
  • The wharf has a modern fender and mooring system, with Trelleborg fenders. The wharf deck is lightweight concrete providing access for operations and vessel personnel
  • Facilities include:
    • 3 Marine unloading arms for discharge of petroleum products
    • 1 Marine unloading arm for LPG
    • Facilities for discharge of bitumen and methanol
    • Bunkering facilities
    • Potable water supply

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