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Sydney's Patrick Terminals celebrates 100 years on the docks

SYDNEY's Patrick Terminals has been marking its 100th year of operation with a celebration at the Australian Maritime Museum, reports Melbourne's Logistics & Materials Handling

Sydney's Patrick Terminals celebrates 100 years on the docks

SYDNEY's Patrick Terminals has been marking its 100th year of operation with a celebration at the Australian Maritime Museum, reports Melbourne's Logistics & Materials Handling

19 May 2019 - 19:00

SYDNEY's Patrick Terminals has been marking its 100th year of operation with a celebration at the Australian Maritime Museum, reports Melbourne's Logistics & Materials Handling.

Founded in May 1919 by Captain James R Patrick, the facility started as the Patrick Steamship Company shipping freight out of Sydney and servicing the east coast of Australia with calls to Newcastle, Launceston, Devonport and Brisbane.



Patrick Terminals currently handles over three million TEU per annum.



'This week recognises a significant milestone for Patrick Terminals. Over the past 100 years of our history, we have seen both challenging and exciting times for our business and the Patrick legacy and brand has lived on through the courage and commitment of our people and the support of their families. This week we have taken time to acknowledge all of our people, both past and present, who have contributed to the business that we celebrate today,' said CEO Michael Jovicic.


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