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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2014
Connecting Queensland trade to the World The closest major container port to Australia’s largest export market, the Port of Brisbane is up to five sailing days closer to Asia than Australia’s southern ports. With international trade worth over $50 billion annually, the Port of Brisbane is one of Australia’s fastest growing and most diverse multi-cargo ports, with world-class cargo handling and warehousing facilities for containers, motor vehicles, and bulk and general cargo. Free from urban encroachment and with ongoing investment in infrastructure, the Port of Brisbane, situated on more than 1,800 hectares of land, has room to grow. With 7,200 meters of quay line accommodating 29 operating berths, and direct connectivity to national road and rail networks, the Port of Brisbane can provide tailored logistics solutions to meet all your cargo needs. To find out how the Port of Brisbane can provide your business with opportunities to grow, visit www.portbris.com.au or contact Andrew Brinkworth, Trade Development Manager, on +61 7 3258 4888 or email@example.com.