Ports Products & Services Directory

The challenges of port management and construction can be met with ProjectLink. From construction equipment for port development and design, shipyards and ship supplies to navigation systems and technologies to terminal equipment and fittings - the links below have everything you need.

Thousands of buyers including architects, engineers, project managers, government officials, construction managers and many others use this online portal to source products and services for their upcoming and existing projects. This online database has been designed to make product selection for your project easy and informative. It simplifies the different types of construction equipment available for a port construction project.

ProjectLink can give you a competitive advantage with this extensive port database. The companies listed on this directory offer a wide range of solutions and capabilities - from shipping, transport, and logistics.

  • Product Variety: This directory is used a resource by many businesses who are looking for leading services providers, logistics, and additional port industry related resources. It provides detailed information about the suppliers of port construction equipment, providers of technology that supports port handling operations, and consultants in the fields of port and equipment design.

    From container handling equipment, passenger handling, diving and underwater services and equipment - the links below are an essential source of information for professionals working in marine ports and terminals. The maintenance requirements are met with a full listing of corrosion protection products, fire protection, road safety within ports as well as security products and services. ProjectLink also covers a wide spectrum of solutions when it comes to port safety.

  • Customer Service: Whether a port is large or small, ProjectLink offers the best solutions to suit your construction needs. Once you have found a product you are interested in, click on the supplier to get the company details. You can also contact them for a quote. For anyone who is working within the commercial ports sector, this directory proves to be an essential source of information. It is also consulted by buyers including senior port executives.

Find the right type of products and services for your project with ProjectLink. It is a one-stop source for all your port needs. ProjectLink features an incredible database of different suppliers and experts in the field of port industry. The links below will provide more detail on the companies it proudly represents.

View less
  • A

Featured Storefronts

We manufacture Aussie made oil and chemical spill clean up equipment for spills on both land and water. Our products include spill ...

Platinum Plus Storefront Platinum Plus Storefront

Spill Station Australia is proud to be celebrating 25 years of helping to protect the Australian environment from pollution caused by ...

Platinum Plus Storefront Platinum Plus Storefront

Guardian Tactile Systems was incorporated in March 2003 to manufacture and market high quality Tactile Ground Surface Indicators for ...

Platinum Plus Storefront Platinum Plus Storefront

Suppliers of key and asset management systems, barcode asset tracking, key rings and accessories and are also distributors for Morse ...

Gold Storefront Gold Storefront

 

Port Hedland marina project has funding secured

The Liberal National Government has today announced that $152 million Spoilbank Marina project in Port Hedland will be going ahead.

Read More

Port expands services with quarantine wash facility

The Port of Mackay has entered a new era of break bulk trade thanks to a new wash-down facility and quarantine approved premises.

Read More

McMahons Point Ferry Wharf upgrades complete

Passenger services will resume on Thursday after the rejuvenated McMahons Point Ferry Wharf upgrade works were completed.

Read More

Tasmania Port upgraded

Tasmania’s Port infrastructure has received a significant upgrade, made in time to host the largest ever liner to travel to Tasmania. The works aimed to enhance and upgrade the capacity of the Macquarie 2 and 3 wharves.

Read More

State Government to take control of Ocean Reef Marina precinct planning

Lands Minister Terry Redman has today announced that the State Government via LandCorp, will take a lead role in the development of the Ocean Reef Marina.

Read More

Government names its preferred proponent for $100 million ship lift facility

The NT Government is set to commit up to $100 million in funding towards Darwin's East Arm’s new ship-lift facilities. However, the contribution is reliant on the Commonwealth Government committing to servicing its naval and border protection fleet.

Read More

Upgrade confirmed for Milson Point Wharf

Member for North Shore Jillian Skinner MP revealed yesterday plans to expand the wharf in Milsons Point as well as a new interchange that serve to increase capacity and generally improve the service of ferries running within the wharf.

Read More

Revitalisation funding for Laverton and Dundas

Regional Development Minister Terry Redman today announced funding of $9.46 million from the Liberal National Government's Goldfields-Esperance Revitalisation Fund, for the new Laverton community hub and the Norseman airfield upgrade.

Read More

Storefront News

Victorian Infrastructure Projects and Priorities

The 9th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference profiled leading projects across the State in Melbourne last week.

Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More

Smart Skyscrapers Summit Drives Innovation

The Australian Smart Skyscrapers Summit will explore exciting new developments and technological advancements in high-rise design and construction.

Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More

The Advent of Disruptive Transport Infrastructure for Queensland

With the rapid emergence of disruptive technologies taking hold around the world, Queensland is examining its transport infrastructure priorities as the State moves towards a connected transport future.

Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More

Value Capture Looms Large in Victoria

With numerous projects proposed and underway across Victoria, value capture has emerged as an innovative strategy to fund major infrastructure works.

Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More

Timber Revolutionises High-Rise Construction

Timber construction could revolutionise skyscraper typology, says Dr Philip Oldfield, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of the Built Environment, University of New South Wales.

Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More

Victoria Infrastructure’s 30 Year Strategy for the State

As Melbourne's population is forecast to hit 10 million by the 2050s, infrastructure strategies and innovation come at a crucial time. Collectively, the state will consider infrastructure priorities and necessities in the decades to come.

Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More

Recommended Port Articles

How to Maintain the Street Lights

A city must be prepared to take all the measures to create a lively, safe and sustainable spaces. Besides procurement...

Read More

Top 8 Home Building and Construction Blogs

With so many changes coming to the construction industry, it is important for every construction professional to stay up-to-date on...

Read More

How Replacing Streetlights to LED can Help the City Councils

In our previous post, we spoke about the importance of city lighting. Lighting helps improve safety, reduces crime and also...

Read More

5 Factors to Consider while Constructing Sporting Grounds

Nothing fills an Aussie with more pride than seeing their favourite team’s colours fly high in the playing field. Australians...

Read More