Creating a world-first in train loading systems
International shipping often requires that valuable goods be moved from one ship to another. Not every port is adequately equipped to handle the process, especially where petroleum-based liquid cargos such as crude oil or liquefied gas is involved.
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The Port of Ashburton was built to help export liquefied natural gas from Onslow, Western Australia. The coastline in the region is highly dynamic, resulting in the sand building up on beaches west of the port while beaches to the east were being eroded.
The planned mega terminal expansion is intended to reduce congestion and support higher demand for container yard space.