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.

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.

Port Hedland is the second largest city in the region Pilbara which is home to the vast majority of the country's mining industry.

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