Eastland Port has strong month of shipping activity
Eastland Port had a strong month for shipping activity in March with 14 log ships calling to load cargo for South Korea and China.
The last of them, the Dry Beam Neo, got away at 8am last Thursday morning and the next ship, aptly named Kaiti Hill, took her place alongside the wharf (pictured above) later that morning.
She left on Sunday. This morning eight log ships were lying at anchor in the bay, waiting to berth while the vessel African Pipit was tied up at the wharf for loading. It is due to depart tomorrow night.