Australian Marshalling Services was established in 1996 to provide portside storage, quality control, measurement and logistics solutions for the export of log and allied wood products within Australia.
We have operated in every Australian state and territory.
Since inception, we have marshalled in excess of 5 million tonnes of hardwood and softwood products.
The majority of this volume has been shipped in bulk vessels, however, container loading and handling has also become a significant aspect of our business.
We recently expanded operations to include the provision of toll woodchipping services. We own and operate a woodchip facility in Burnie (Tasmania).
Australian Marshalling Services is an integrated service provider. Our key specialities are toll woodchipping, log marshalling and transport logistics services for both break bulk and container exports.
Our services comprise:
Australian Marshalling Services has facilities in Burnie and Bellbay (Tasmania), Eden (New South Wales), Bunbury (Western Australia) and Portland and Melbourne (Victoria). All these sites are registered export facilities which comply with all federal and state OHS legislation.
We have developed a fleet of specialist wood-handling equipment to meet the requirements of our customers. Our equipment includes:
Australian Marshalling Services Stevedoring was established in 2004 to provide stevedoring services for log exports from the Eden region of New South Wales.
Since 2004, there has been an increased demand for stevedoring services at the Port of Eden and we now provide stevedoring services for the loading or unloading of a range of bulk cargoes, using specially trained staff.
Our commitment is to deliver an efficient and cost-effective stevedoring service to meet customer needs.
Australian Marshalling Services Stevedoring has a highly skilled, committed and flexible workforce who are focused on productivity and ensuring maximum loading and discharge rates are achieved.
We provide stevedoring services support for the:
We operate from a multi-purpose berth in East Boyd Bay in Twofold Bay, Eden (New South Wales). The wharf is 200 metres long and 30 metres wide and is used principally for logs, containers, general cargo and naval operations.
The wharf has a draft of 10.5 m and is licensed to handle Class 1 Dangerous Goods (explosives) up to a quantity of 30 mt NEQ. It is capable of holding 38,000 dwt per vessel with a maximum length alongside (LOA) of 185 metres. A hard stand storage yard of 8 hectares is located nearby.