Australian major bulk port looks forward to growth
Australia's largest dry bulk port Port Hedland is facing a large-scale upgrade. The government in Western Australia expects that about 6,000 vessels will make use of the port to export iron ore in 2018.
BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
The iron ore port Port Hedland in Western Australia can look forward to a major modernization and upgrade worth a total of USD 70 million until 2018, write several media sources.
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