Welcome!

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Caring for Clients and their cargo

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Stevedores with Integrity and Heart

A strong family business with old fashioned values, Newcastle Stevedores has grown into the largest general and bulk stevedore in the Newcastle port.  Through our extensive service provider relationships and sub-contractor management plan can provide clients with a total logistics package, and we are happy to arrange the complete door to door movement of project freight. We offer expert stevedoring services in Newcastle and Sydney ports.
 

Why Choose Us?

Personalised Service

From complete logistics solutions to one off project cargo, your experience will be personalised and tailored to your needs. You have immediate access to decision makers for fast resolutions.

Genuine and trustworthy

Our company is renowned for it's integrity and honesty in everything we do.

Our core values have always been to run a sustainable business that is fair for everyone.

Safety - for people AND cargo

Our priority is the safety for all staff, whilst maintaining efficiency, project safety, and completing the project above expectations.

Competitive Rates

Our large experienced workforce and capacity means our rates are extremely competitive, and with our high productivity rates we will save you time and money

Our Services Include

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Aluminium & Steel

Project Cargo

Bulk Cargo

Our Experience brings Proficiency & Expertise

We are the largest breakbulk and general  stevedores in the Port of Newcastle, with a workforce of long standing, experienced employees.  

When you combine Newcastle’s hugely diverse range of facilities with our levels of service, competence and experience, we believe you will find a genuinely competitive option for all your imports and exports through the Eastern Sea Board.

With our fleet of 30 machines, our workforce of 125 and our ability to work across all wharves in Newcastle, we have the capacity and capability to look after your cargo.

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