Who We Are !

Fiji Ports Corporation Limited which is more commonly known as Fiji Ports is the commercial port management company that manages the two major ports of Suva and Lautoka and the secondary ports of Levuka,Vuda,Malau, Rotuma and Wairiki.

As Fiji is strategically located in the centre of the South Pacific Region our ports, particularly Suva, have an ever increasing role and responsibility, not only for the benefit of Fiji itself but also for that of the other countries of the region, as the regional transport hub to better serve the ever-changing and expanding demands of world shipping.

Fiji Ports objective is to progressively and continuously upgrade our port facilities and services for the benefit of our customers by ensuring a continuing improvement in productivity and efficiency levels.

VAJIRA PIYASENA
Chief Executive Officer

Winner of 2016 Bussiness Excellence Award Prize!

Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd (FPCL) takes anticipated initiatives to address long-term and sustainable infrastructure developments through continuous investments.

Fiji Port Terminal Limited marks the groundbreaking expansion for additional cruise ship and commercial freighters.

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Fiji Ships & Heavy Industries LTD

Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited(FSHIL) a subsidiary company of Fiji Ports Corporation Limited operates on a fully commercial self funded basis.

The latest news from the Fiji Ports

  • 21
    Apr

    FSHIL BENEFITS FROM APO INPUT

    DELEGATES from FSHIL were amongst the more than 30 representatives from business, industry, manufacturing and Government departments who attended the week-long ISO Elite Auditors’ Training facilitated by Mr Yong Kok Seng, from Malaysia,...

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  • 21
    Apr

    CCTV ENHANCES SECURITY

    SECURITY at the Ports of Suva and Lautoka has been enhanced with the commissioning of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) surveillance cameras that will help the two ports maintain compliance with the all-important ISPS...

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  • 25
    Apr

    INSTALLATION OF AIS SYSTEM FOR PORT OF SUVA

    The installation of the state-of-the-art Automatic Identification System (AIS) at the Port of Suva has changed the way the Harbour Master coordinates and manages incoming and departing vessels. “We can see any ship...

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  • 25
    Apr

    ANOTHER DIVIDEND RECORD FOR FPCL

    THE FPCL dividend payment of $3,698,979 for the 2013 financial year represents a 1.2% increase over the previous year and is the highest yet on record ever paid by FPCL to the Government...

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  • 25
    Apr

    ILLEGAL FISHING ADDRESSED

    Fishing that does not comply with national, regional or global fisheries conservation and management obligations is an issue of major importance for maritime nations like Fiji. Such illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing...

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  • 25
    Apr

    REPAIRWORKS FOR RFNS KIKAU II

    A major project underway at Fiji Ships & Heavy Industries Ltd (FSHIL) is the refitting of RFNS 202 Kikau II. “We faced a major challenge in slipping the Kikau, as the 200 tones...

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  • 25
    Apr

    FPCL AND FRCA SIGN AGREEMENT

    The Fiji Revenue Customs Authority and Fiji Ports Corporation Limited today signed an agreement on the upgrading of cameras in Suva and Lautoka Ports. The agreement will see the installation of 20 cameras...

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  • 25
    Apr

    MAY- COMPLIANCE AN IMPORTANT SECURITY TOOL

    With the potential for a terrorist attack an ever-present threat for all security and border control personnel world-wide, 85 representatives from forty countries gathered at the Asia Pacific Centre for Security Studies (APCSS)...

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  • 25
    Apr

    JUNE- PPP FOR PORTS TERMINAL LTD

    With the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding by Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd (FPCL) on behalf of subsidiary Ports Terminal Ltd (PTL) with Sri Lankan based Aitken Spence PLC, the ports operations at...

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  • 25
    Apr

    JULY-RECORD DIVIDEND TO GOVERNMENT

    The recent Annual General Meeting saw newly-appointed Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd Chairman, Tevita Kuruvakadua, presenting a dividend cheque of $3.6 million to the Attorney General and Minister for Public Enterprises, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. The...

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  • 25
    Apr

    JULY-RECORD DIVIDEND TO GOVERNMENT

    The recent Annual General Meeting saw newly-appointed Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd Chairman, Tevita Kuruvakadua, presenting a dividend cheque of $3.6 million to the Attorney General and Minister for Public Enterprises, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. The...

    learn more
  • 25
    Apr

    JUNE- PPP FOR PORTS TERMINAL LTD

    With the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding by Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd (FPCL) on behalf of subsidiary Ports Terminal Ltd (PTL) with Sri Lankan based Aitken Spence PLC, the ports operations at...

    learn more
  • 25
    Apr

    MAY- COMPLIANCE AN IMPORTANT SECURITY TOOL

    With the potential for a terrorist attack an ever-present threat for all security and border control personnel world-wide, 85 representatives from forty countries gathered at the Asia Pacific Centre for Security Studies (APCSS)...

    learn more
  • 25
    Apr

    FPCL AND FRCA SIGN AGREEMENT

    The Fiji Revenue Customs Authority and Fiji Ports Corporation Limited today signed an agreement on the upgrading of cameras in Suva and Lautoka Ports. The agreement will see the installation of 20 cameras...

    learn more
  • 25
    Apr

    REPAIRWORKS FOR RFNS KIKAU II

    A major project underway at Fiji Ships & Heavy Industries Ltd (FSHIL) is the refitting of RFNS 202 Kikau II. “We faced a major challenge in slipping the Kikau, as the 200 tones...

    learn more
  • 25
    Apr

    ILLEGAL FISHING ADDRESSED

    Fishing that does not comply with national, regional or global fisheries conservation and management obligations is an issue of major importance for maritime nations like Fiji. Such illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing...

    learn more
  • 25
    Apr

    ANOTHER DIVIDEND RECORD FOR FPCL

    THE FPCL dividend payment of $3,698,979 for the 2013 financial year represents a 1.2% increase over the previous year and is the highest yet on record ever paid by FPCL to the Government...

    learn more
  • 25
    Apr

    INSTALLATION OF AIS SYSTEM FOR PORT OF SUVA

    The installation of the state-of-the-art Automatic Identification System (AIS) at the Port of Suva has changed the way the Harbour Master coordinates and manages incoming and departing vessels. “We can see any ship...

    learn more
  • 21
    Apr

    CCTV ENHANCES SECURITY

    SECURITY at the Ports of Suva and Lautoka has been enhanced with the commissioning of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) surveillance cameras that will help the two ports maintain compliance with the all-important ISPS...

    learn more
  • 21
    Apr

    FSHIL BENEFITS FROM APO INPUT

    DELEGATES from FSHIL were amongst the more than 30 representatives from business, industry, manufacturing and Government departments who attended the week-long ISO Elite Auditors’ Training facilitated by Mr Yong Kok Seng, from Malaysia,...

    learn more

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