Over recent years and as part of our collaborative approach, PBPL has invested significantly to help facilitate the movement of project cargo through the port, including the construction of dedicated haul roads as well as access improvements into and out of storage facilities, which has enabled supply chains and created efficiencies for our stakeholders.

The Port is currently storing a significant amount of componentry for the MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct, with more breakbulk vessels anticipated to arrive into the Port before Christmas and throughout 2023. The project itself comprises 180 turbines which, when complete, will generate 1026MW of renewable energy each year. 

The giant componentry including wind blades, towers, drive trains and nacelles have started exiting the Port under highly coordinated transport management plans, destined for the project site located southwest of Warwick. This is a significant task undertaken by project partners and port customers including: ACCIONA EnergíaBlue Water ShippingAustralian Amalgamated Terminals & Qube.

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