Perth is located at the Swan estuary on the southwest coast of Western Australia in southwest Australia, bordering on the east side of the Indian Ocean. It is one of the main ports in Australia. Perth is the capital of Western Australia. It is the industrial, commercial and cultural center of the state.
The main industries include machinery, automobile repair, chemical fertilizer, cement, wood and food processing, as well as the largest gold smelter in China. There is a distribution center for agricultural and animal husbandry products nearby.
The port has a subtropical Mediterranean climate with southwest wind prevailing. The annual average temperature is about 10-20 ℃. The annual average rainfall is about 100 mm.
Loading and unloading equipment include various shore cranes, gantry cranes, container cranes, floating cranes, ship loaders, ship unloaders, bulk loaders and roll on / roll off facilities. The maximum lifting capacity of the floating crane is 80 tons. The largest reliable ship at the wharf is 100000 DWT. Loading and unloading efficiency: 5000 tons of bulk grain per hour, 700 tons of oil per hour, unloading speed of 2000-3000 tons. The main export goods are petroleum products, wheat, oats, barley, flour, aluminum, wool, ore, fruit, wood, steel and livestock, while the import goods are raw materials, steel, fertilizer, coal, petroleum products, coke, limestone, automobiles, paper, sugar and groceries. The port authority is gradually unloading the time sensitive cargo of ocean shipping lines from Japan / Asia in Hong Kong and then transporting it to eastern Australia by rail. Except for labor day, Good Friday, ANZAC Day, joint picnic day and Christmas, all other holidays can be operated, but overtime must be charged.
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