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November 2009            

 

Singapore Navy calls to Townsville
The Singapore navy vessel RSS Endurance recently called to Townsville and we were pleased to of worked together with the local husbanding agent in supporting the port call. We supplied victuals and cabin stores to the vessels officers and crew during her two calls to Townsville.

 

 

November 2009            

Work Boat in Demand at Hay Point Anchorage
Our supply boat Malkarra has been working overtime at the Hay Point anchorage recently delivering provisons, lubricants, deck and engine stores to our clients vessels at anchor along with undertaking crew changes and delivery of spares on behalf of the owners local agents.
Currently vessels at the anchorage are waiting up to three weeks before loading coal at the Hay Point or Dalrymple Bay coal terminals.

 

 

November 2009            

Australian Antarctic Division awards contract to Purdon & Featherstone
We are pleased to announce that our sister contract food supply company Purdon & Featherstone has been awarded a 3 year contract to supply foodstuffs, household and cleaning supplies to Australia's Antarctic Stations of Mawson, Davis, Casey and Macquarie Island and associated field programs. The new contract follows our previous contracts with the AAD that have been held for the past 7 years.

 

 

November 2009            

JODIES Resolution calls to Townsville
The JODIES Resolution the research vessel for the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) which is an international research organization that conducts seagoing expeditions to study the history of the Earth recorded in sediments and rocks beneath the ocean floor, has recently called to Townsville and we are pleased to of been supporting the vessel with supply of provisions and cabin stores,

 

 

May 2008            

USS Tarawa Calls to Hobart
The first US warship for over 4 years called to Hobart on May 10th for a rest and receration visit . The amphibious ship USS Tarawa with just over 3000 crew spend 4 days in Hobart taking in the sights and resupplying before heading home to San Deigo. We are pleased to be able to assist the vessels husbanding agents with the supply of provisions and technical stores for the port call.