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A multi-million-dollar project to build common user infrastructure at Port of Bundaberg is a step closer, with the detailed plans complete and tenders open.

The new infrastructure will open the way for the Wide Bay region to increase exports of bulk commodities including minerals, timber products (wood pellets and woodchip) and agricultural products such as grains and pulses.

It stems from a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) and Sugar Terminals Limited (STL) signed in 2019 to expand on existing cargo handling capabilities.

Port of Bundaberg manager Jason Pascoe said GPC and STL were now on the hunt for bids from local businesses before tenders closed on January 21.

“It’s a really exciting time at the Port of Bundaberg,” Mr Pascoe said.

“The plans are now complete and we’re looking to engage local businesses to participate in formal tender processes for the supply, fabrication, installation and commissioning of a new common user system at the Port of Bundaberg.”

GPC acting chief executive officer Paul Heagney said the detailed plans signalled a major milestone for the project.

“We’ve been working around-the-clock with STL on this project and to now go to market with a detailed design is a great achievement,” Mr Heagney said.

“The project is in conjunction with our strategic planning work to promote the Port of Bundaberg and surrounding State Development Area and we’re excited to see the project stimulate industry growth for the region.”

STL chief executive officer David Quinn said the project, following final approvals, would generate significant employment opportunities for the region and attract new commodities to the port.

“The new infrastructure will have the capacity to provide customers with competitive loading rates and pricing. This will allow the region to develop projects with certainty on costs and Port availability,” Mr Quinn said.

“The project has been designed to complement our existing sugar handling operations which will minimise costs for all customers.”

More information on the tender opportunity visit www.qtenders.hpw.qld.gov.au and search CUI.

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