Overview

Pilbara Ports Authority is a Western Australia State Government owned entity, deriving revenue from the operation and development of Port of Port Hedland, Port Ashburton and Port of Dampier, where the ports are engaged in the exportation and importation of bulk commodities, particularly iron ore, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Pilbara Ports Authority is administered from its head office in West Perth. 

 

Pilbara Ports Authority maintains and operates various facilities including shipping channel, navigation aids, berths, ship-loaders, conveying systems, storage areas and utilities. The Port Authority caters mainly to the shipping and trade of minerals mined in the Eastern Pilbara region of Western Australia. The authority also cooperates with government agencies in maintaining the marine safety and port security. 

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