Providing marine professional services and innovative marine logistics solutions

Australian Floating Decks Pty Ltd is a Western Australia-based company that provides a wide range of professional services across the maritime industry. We offer infrastructure design and development, marine technical services, marine maintenance and marine operations design and support. Our work has included vessel and cargo systems design.

We also provide professional advice on trade development and logistics to Governments and leading corporations.

A core part of our business is providing specialist maritime services, logistics and infrastructure solutions for both developed and remote green-field sites.

Our innovative and practical infrastructure meets client requirements and delivers sophisticated logistics results.

We understand that projects and supply chains can be frustrated by a lack of conventional infrastructure that is expensive, time-consuming and at times impractical to develop.

Our innovative solutions overcome these challenges by offering cost effective, rapid development installations with a very high degree of flexibility and adaptability. Our floating deck installations can be used for all types of cargoes including giant pre-assembled modules and bulk handling.

The floating decks can provide static installations that can be bridged to wharf infrastructure or act as a land-based facility or as a moving deck to enable deep water access by large vessels without the need for dredging.

Our solutions offer unique, cost-effective facilities that can provide crucial relief to supply chain constraints for the oil and gas, mining and general freight industries in any location.

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Low capital costs

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Australian Floating Decks presents at the KDCCI quarterly business breakfast in Karratha

Australian Floating Decks Managing Director, Paul Toussaint-Jackson, was invited by the Karratha and Districts Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Pilbara Development Commission…

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