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Almost 40 navigation aids will be replaced at the port of Port Hedland. Photo: Attila Csaszar

$30m in contracts awarded for port development

Contracts totalling $30 million have been awarded to Austral Construction and marine solutions business TAMS Group to replace ageing channel markers offshore and within the port of Port Hedland.

The upgrades to the world’s biggest bulk export port are expected to support the port and broader Pilbara’s ability to facilitate trade growth demand.

Austral Construction is set to design, supply and install 35 new channel markers to replace the existing offshore markers.

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WA revenue

48th↓Milne Agrigroup$124.3m
49th-TAMS Group$121.3m
51st↑Shacks Holden$107.5m
52nd↓Charles Hull Contracting$87.0m
103 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Number of Employees

Private Companies - Large

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