Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne)

Overview

Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) is a Government Body that is ranked number 2117 out of the top 2000 companies in Australia. The company generates the majority of its income from the Transport Support Services in Australia industry.

In 2017 the company generated total revenue of $26,423,000 including sales and other revenue. In 2017 Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) had 56 employees in Australia including employees from all subsidiaries under the company's control.

The Chief Executive of Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) is Ms Rachel Johnson whose official title is Chief Executive Officer. The Chairman of Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) is Mr James Cain whose official title is Non-Executive Chairman. 

Victorian Ports Corporation (Melbourne) (previously known as Port of Melbourne Corporation) is engaged solely in the provision of State-retained activities conducted at the Port of Melbourne. As part of this, the Corporation is responsible for the management of the waters by the port of Melbourne, Station Pier and West Finger Pier, and that they are integrated with the wider transportation system of Victoria. Management activities include:

  • Dredging and channel maintenance.
  • Maintain navigation systems and traffic within the waters.
  • Maintain towage services.
  • Planning for the development and operation of Station Pier and the West Finger Pier.

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