Company Overview of Port of Brisbane Corp.
Port of Brisbane Corporation Limited operates and manages container ports in Brisbane, Australia. The company provides infrastructure through planning and development of new facilities, as well as maintenance and management of existing facilities; security and protection of the port’s infrastructure and assets; and risk-based security services. It also leases and manages land for port-related purposes; maintains navigable access to the port for commercial shipping; owns dredging fleet and undertakes dredging at ports under commercial contract arrangements; and operates cargo handling and warehousing facilities. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Port of Brisbane, Austral...
3 Port Central Avenue
Port of Brisbane, QLD 4178
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for Port of Brisbane Corp.
General Manager of Finance and Business Services
Chief Engineer and Senior Manager Infrastructure Planning
General Manager of Corporate Governance and Company Secretary
Senior Manager of Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Port of Brisbane Corp. Key Developments
Port of Brisbane, Flinders Ports Interested In Buying Port of Darwin
Feb 19 15
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.
GIP Offers Port Of Brisbane Stake To IFM, QIC, ADIA
Aug 11 13
Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) is planning to sell 27% stake in Port of Brisbane Corp. GIP has offered the stake to IFM Investors (Industry Funds Management), QIC Limited (Queensland Investment Corp) and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), and is now preparing to open a formal sale process in the coming weeks.
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