January 22, 2017 1:55 PM ET

Transportation Infrastructure

Company Overview of Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd

Company Overview

Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd manages container ports in Brisbane, Australia. It offers infrastructure through planning and development of new facilities, as well as maintenance and management of existing facilities; operates multimodal terminal; leases and manages land for port related purposes; maintains navigable access to the port for commercial shipping; operates visitors centers; and offers dredging services. The company was founded in 1994 and is based in Port of Brisbane, Australia.

3 Port Central Avenue

Port of Brisbane, QLD 4178


Founded in 1994

186 Employees


61 7 3258 4888


61 7 3258 4703

Key Executives for Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 48
General Manager of Trade Services
Senior Manager of Property Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd Key Developments

Utah Point Bulk Handling Facility Up For Sale

Investor seeks acquisition of Utah Point Bulk Handling facility from Pilbara Ports Authority. It's understood government officials and representatives from Rothschild Inc. and Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu will run market soundings in coming weeks, pitching the Pilbara iron ore terminal to a range of potential buyers. Utah Point is expected to be up for sale early in the new year. Parties including Port of Brisbane Corp., Flinders Ports Pty Ltd and Deutsche Wealth & Asset Management, are expected to at least consider Utah, along with the likes of AMP Capital Investors Limited, Infrastructure Capital Group Ltd, Palisade Investment Partners Limited and IFM Investors Pty Ltd. It's expected to be sold via a long-term lease.

Update On Bids For Darwin Port

Indicative bids for Darwin Port Corporation close on June 29, 2015 in a process run by Flagstaff, and the Port of Brisbane Corp. is said to be among the contenders. Other contenders lining up for the asset include Palisade Investment Partners Limited, advised by the Royal Bank of Canada. Flinders Ports Pty Ltd, along with Deutsche Wealth & Asset Management, is also said to be in contention, while AMP Limited (ASX:AMP) is likely to be a possible bidder too. The Port is expected to sell for between AUD 300 million and AUD 500 million.

Port of Brisbane, Flinders Ports Interested In Buying Port of Darwin

Port of Brisbane Corp. appointed JPMorgan to start the due diligence process of almost-up-for-sale Port of Darwin, weeks before the official auction announcement, sources told Street talk. Flinders Ports Pty Ltd is also considered to be interested in buying Port of Darwin.

Recent Private Companies Transactions

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