T-Ports specialises in innovative solutions for the export of Australian commodities, partnering with customers and investors to use a flexible model that positions port infrastructure close to the product’s origin.
Exporting Commodities All Over The World
T-Ports offers a flexible solution to moving agricultural commodities such as grain, fertiliser, export hay and, in future, livestock, using the highest standards of food safety.
T-Ports developments have capacity to transport higher grade parcels of minerals, such as gold, tin, copper, graphite and kaolin, depending on miners’ requirements.
Moving agricultural or mineral products in containers is a key focus for T-Ports, with its transhipment vessels fully equipped to be a perfect fit for container trade.
The Four Pillars of T-PORTS
Lucky Bay Port Facility
South Australia’s first farmer and private equity partnership port will be built at Lucky Bay on Eyre Peninsula.
Transhipment involves using smaller feeder vessels to take grain from a shallow water port to an ocean-going vessel, waiting in deeper water.
Update on the T-Ports Lucky Bay projectSeptember 4, 2018
T-Ports Lucky Bay bunker site - 3 August 2018 An update from CEO Kieran Carvill T-Ports has updated its grower supporters this week that the bunkers at Lock and Lucky Bay will be ready to receive and export grain for the 2019 harvest. The change has been influenced by a number of factors, including the need for the trade to ...
Construction milestone for new port projectJuly 6, 2018
An official sod turning event today at the T-Ports Lucky Bay bunker site has marked the start of a new era in grain handling and exports on the Eyre Peninsula. T-Ports CEO Kieran Carvill said while the ceremony signalled the official start of the project, planning had been underway for several years with growers, investors and the EP community to ...
Work set to start at major SA port developmentJune 1, 2018
Construction of the $115 million Lucky Bay port facility on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula is due to begin next week – with contracts awarded to a number of local companies. Project developer T-Ports has appointed local construction company Ahrens to manage the 358-hectare Lucky Bay port site, near Cowell. The company is expected to start constructing the shallow harbour grain ...