The OOCL Canada, measuring at 335m long, 42.9m wide, with a displacement of 120,000 tonnes and 8,888 TEU, becomes the largest and heaviest container vessel to berth at West Swanson Terminal.
At 9200 TEU, the CMA CGM Loire becomes the heaviest vessel to berth at West Swanson Dock.
The Soroe Maersk at 347 metres long and a capacity of 9640 TEU is the largest ship ever to enter the Port of Melbourne.
Pilbara Ports Authority achieves a record-breaking annual throughput of 724.7MT, exceeding 700MT for the first time.
The Port of Bunbury surpasses previous records with an annual throughput of 117.11MT.
With a capacity of 6,730 TEU, the MSC Melissa becomes the largest container ship to sail St. Lawrence River, measuring 303m long and 40m wide.
Bulk carrier, Zagori, sets a new record for Saqr Port, with a draft of 13.18m.
During August, the Port of Geraldton recorded a total iron ore trade of 1,092,166 tonnes, the highest monthly throughput recorded since November 2019.
The Star Crios set a new draft record of 13.25m from the Inner Harbour.
Port Botany breaks records after containership MSC Asya becomes the heaviest vessel to berth, with a displacement of 140,252 tonnes. It is also understood to be the deepest draft containership to ever berth in Australia, with a draft of 14.8m.
STI Condotti becomes the deepest tanker to be welcomed at Port Botany, with a draft of 14.7m, exceeding the previous deepest by approximately 50cm.
Great Wencheng becomes the largest cargo export out of the Port of Geraldton, with a total load of 79,996 tonnes of iron ore.