- published: 05 Mar 2013
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Brisbane Marketing's Investment Attraction division speaks with Russell Smith, CEO of the Port of Brisbane about the Port of Brisbane as a major infrastructure asset to the region. He also discusses how Brisbane is an excellent place to do business being very well balanced in its business opportunities, its cultural diversity as well as its lifestyle. For more information on investing in Brisbane please visit http://www.investbrisbane.com.au/ Hi Russell Smith, CEO of the Port of Brisbane. The Port of Brisbane is a major infrastructure asset and our primary responsibility is to provide the infrastructure to facilitate the trade growth of Queensland and in particular South East Queensland. Ports are a primary driver of economic activity in any region in which they exist. In the case of Aus...
The largely-automated Patrick terminal at the Port of Brisbane. Humans still control the large cranes which move containers on and off the ships. Most of the ground movement is by robotic mobile cranes. Filmed during a Brisbane Open House bus tour.. In the background, you can hear Patrick's Brisbane Manager, Terminals Division, Matt Hollamby.
The Port of Brisbane is one of Australia's fastest growing container ports, and Queensland's largest multi-cargo port. The Port of Brisbane is located at the mouth of the Brisbane River, and is managed and developed by the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL), under a 99-year lease from the Queensland Government. PBPL is owned by the Q Port Holdings (QPH) consortium, comprising four of the world's largest and most experienced infrastructure investors. The members are: Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec; IFM Investors; QIC Global Infrastructure on behalf of its managed funds; and Tawreed Investments Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. PBPL's role, as defined by the port lease, includes: the maintenance and development of the port and related facilities, oper...
DP World Brisbane in Australia celebrated the official opening of the new semi-automated terminal on 20 May 2014. The AUD250 million (EUR166 million) redevelopment project by DP World Brisbane positions the Port of Brisbane at the forefront of global practice. Kalmar provided the operational backbone for the project consisting of 14 Kalmar automated stacking cranes (ASCs) and 14 Kalmar shuttle carriers integrated with Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS) and third-party Position Detection Systems for shuttle carriers. Under the new system, containers are transferred by manned shuttle carriers from the ship-to-shore cranes to a waterside exchange area of the ASC blocks. The terminal has seven operating ASC modules each serviced by two cranes. The overall annual capacity of the seven o...
On Wednesday 20 September 2017 the first of four new light rail vehicles required for Stage 2 arrived in Queensland. The additional Bombardier Flexity 2 trams will allow the same timetable and frequency of services to be maintained when the extended system opens to passengers ahead of the GC2018 Commonwealth Games.
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The Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) is responsible for the maintenance of 90km of navigational shipping channel, stretching from the northern tip of Bribie Island, across Moreton Bay, and into the Brisbane River. By dredging the area, PBPL can ensure safe, deep-water access to the port is maintained.
Hello guys, APShimanoAustralia here and welcome to my channel! This is just a short footage of me fishing for Threadfined Salmon and Mulloway Jewfish at the mouth of the Brisbane river (Port of Brisbane) with live bait (Herring). Fished for 2 hours and caught 7 altogether, 3 was released. Was using light tackle which was risky which we got bust off at least 7 times. Hope you guys enjoy it! Follow me on Instagram for more fishing photos - apham_fishing Camera: GoPro Hero3 Black Edition 1080p Music: Pop Danthology 2012 - Mashup of 50+ Pop Songs - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=If5MF4wm1T8
Just a few of the bream I caught working a rock wall at the port of Brisbane. Lure of choice was the Zman Grubz 2.5" macthed up with a TT Headlock 1/4oz jig head... Great fun on the light gear was a pitty the rest of the team missed out! Basically one after the other for the best part of an hour before i decided to part ways with the school and paddle off to find the rest of the boys... No giants unfortunatly but I did drop something with some weight! Hope you enjoy! Filmed 27-07-14
In collaboration with Brimar Electrical Services, Practical Engineering designed, manufactured, installed and commissioned a new reclaim conveyor at Queensland Commodity Exports, within the Port of Brisbane industrial precinct. Practical’s in-house design and projects team were able to successfully convert the client’s performance requirements into a complete turn-key materials handling solution. For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/2v3FMc1
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