Reefer or a refrigerated container is also being provided for by the ports infrastructure. There are a 6 (six) switches ...
Containers have been passed around the globe and handled so many times. Although container washing has been done thoroug ...
There is a designated refuelling jetty situated at Honiara domestic wharf parallel to the exit gate. Excluding all conta ...
Solomon Islands Ports Authority provide freshwater for domestic and international ships. These are delivered by quadrant ...
Pilotage is important for maritime safety. Our local pilots are expert ship handlers who can manoeuvre ships through con ...
Tug boats are privately operated but are always on standby for use if requested. There are 5 boats operating in the port ...
The ports yard occupies an area of 225 square metres (m2). In addition, our machines can stack containers up to 5 stacks ...
Solomon Ports have recently installed and implemented an automated weighing system. It is the first of its kind in the P ...
Being environmentally friendly conscious, Solomon Ports finds it suitable to invest in incinerators. Burning of fuel and ...
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Cargo has increased in excess of 30%
Waiting time has averaged at 18.5 Hours per vessel
A steady 5% increase of TEU vessels annually
500 Vessel calls
On average 500 vessel calls annually
31000 TEU Vessels
In excess of 31,000 TEU vessels annually
Over 1000 Motor vehicles annually
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