Infrastructure of the Ports of Fiji

Infrastructure of the Ports of Fiji

The Fiji Islands have long been an important piece in the relations between Oceania and the Pacific players. With the steady development and progress of investments to Fiji and its neighbours, much of the infrastructure of the ports of Fiji has seen growth. In this blog, we look at the ports of Fiji and their facilities and capacities. The major ports of Fiji include Suva, Laotuka, Levuka, Malau, and  Vuda,  Rotuma and Wairiki acting as secondary ports.  With its strategic placement in the south pacific, Fiji has become a great asset to the Pacific Forum Line that operates shipping lines between the twelve shareholder countries. With the growing demand for shipping facilities on a regional and global scale, the ports of Fiji need to aligned with the global trends and must be made available in terms of infrastructure. The following includes the infrastructure of the main ports of Fiji; Suva and Laotuka. Port of Suva The largest of Fiji’s ports, the port of Suva is one of the busiest and acts as the maritime gateway to the capital of Fiji. Within the city of Suva, you are also linked with road and air communications allowing it to be quality player in the logistics game. The following include the wharfs of the Port of Suva, as well as the facts pertaining to this major port and it’s capabilities Wharf Length (Meters) Depth Alongside (Meters) Overseas Kings 492 11.6 Walu Bay 184 9.0 Princess 156 5.0 LOCAL Muaiwalu I 30 4.5 Muaiwalu II 120 5.0 Position: 18 degrees -8S, 178 degrees -26E 5 Berth Locations Kings South; 11 m @ CD Kings...