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Committed To Investment

Flinders Ports is committed to ongoing investment in port infrastructure and equipment. Our status as a private port operator gives us the opportunity to reinvest in the business and the flexibility to ensure that capital expenditure is properly targeted – maximising the benefit for our valued clients.  We have recently purchased two brand new pilot boats, the first investment of its kind in the last 20 years.

In partnership with ESRI Australia, Flinders Ports has launched our award winning software platform that provides us with a single, common operating picture of all our sea and land operations.

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Safety First

Safety for people and the environment is the ethos at Flinders Ports. Our clients and employees can rely on Flinders Ports, because we comply with internationally recognised certification standards and are continuously seeking to improve our safety and environmental outcomes:

  • ISO 14001: Environmental Management Systems
  • OHSAS 18001: Occupational Health & Safety Systems
  • ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems

We also have mandatory rail accreditation at state level.

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  • “The success and growth of Techport Australia as a key naval shipbuilding precinct has been facilitated by the successful partnership between the South Australian Government and Flinders Ports.”

    Paul Bates - General Manager of Techport Common User Facility
  • “Over the last ten years the South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) has worked in close partnership with Flinders Ports, South Australia’s private port operator to promote the cruise industry. This partnership has been a major factor in the South Australian Government’s success in attracting cruise ships to all four of South Australia’s cruise destination ports.”

    Nick Jones - Director Destination Development, South Australian Tourism Commission

Latest News

New additions to the Flinders Ports pilot boat fleet

25 June 2018
New additions to the Flinders Ports pilot boat fleet

Flinders Ports launched the two new pilot vessels at an official ceremony held at the Adelaide Passenger Terminal.  The new pilot boats, called Providence and Norfolk, both named after ships that Captain Matthew Flinders served on at sea.  The vessels were christened by two Flinders Ports’ staff members.

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Outer Harbor’s Channel widening “a safe-guarding move” for S.A. – Ports Chief

30 May 2018
Outer Harbor’s Channel widening “a safe-guarding move” for S.A. – Ports Chief

Flinders Port Holdings has welcomed the SA Government’s approval of a widening of the main shipping channel as a positive and progressive move for the State’s economy and the national standing of its port facilities.

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Flinders Port Holdings farewells Mr Chris Langford, welcomes new Director, Ms Christine Miller.

19 April 2018
Flinders Port Holdings farewells Mr Chris Langford,  welcomes new Director, Ms Christine Miller.

Mr John Marlay, Chairman of Flinders Port Holdings Pty Limited (FPH), announced today that Director Mr Chris Langford had stepped down after almost six years on the FPH Board.

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26 million tonnes of cargo in 2017
7 ports
2,035 ship movements in 2017
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