As work begins at the Lucky Bay bunker site, T-Ports have released a ‘fly-over’ video of what the grain export facility will look like.
The storage construction will take nearly five months and be ready for grain deliveries from October.
Construction will then move to the remaining southern block of bunkers in readiness for receipt of harvest deliveries without disruption.
At Lock, mobilisation will begin on site very soon with work to begin in the coming weeks.
Work is ongoing to finalise details of the port site design with Ahrens. Mobilisation at the port site will begin in late July.
In terms of procurement, weighbridges, automated truck sampling probes and tarpaulin bunker covers have all been ordered.