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

  • 29
    Jun

    US Coast Guard, NZ Maritime conduct Security Audit

    Another security audit was conducted in June on our Ports by the US Coast Guard and NZ Maritime to ensure our facilities meet the standard required under the International Ship and Port Facility...

    learn more
  • 20
    Jun

    Major Clean-up Campaign Advocates for a cleaner Maritime Environment

    The importance of keeping the maritime environment clean was a key message during the joint clean-up campaign organised by the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL), Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) and FPCL...

    learn more
  • 9
    Jun

    FSHIL receives ISO 9001:2015 Accreditation

    Fiji Ships and Heavy Industry Limited (FSHIL) is exceptionally proud to announce that it has been awarded the ISO 9001:2015 certification. This prestigious certification — the latest iteration of the world’s leading quality...

    learn more
  • 31
    May

    FPCL committed to FICAC’s Corporate Integrity Pledge

    Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) signifying its commitment to adopting and upholding the anti-corruption principles underlined in the Corporate Integrity...

    learn more
  • 28
    May

    Fiji Ports invest in training

    Investing in the training and development of workers is of great importance to the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited giving employees the opportunity to expand their knowledge base, build confidence and enhancing their overall...

    learn more
  • 22
    May

    Swamp test reveals unsinkable boat

    Members of the media were invited to witness the swamp test of a fibreglass boat in May and to allow them to tell the story of how reliable the FSHIL manufactured product is....

    learn more
  • 20
    May

    Improving Productivity through Quality Circle

    In a competitive world, improvement in productivity is one of the key factors in the economic development of any nation. Therefore, the Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity Center was requested to...

    learn more
  • 15
    May

    More Vanuatu vessels on FSHIL list

    Regional vessel LCT Kalyara is undergoing a major overhaul having been on the Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited (FSHIL) for the past three months. The Vanuatu landing barge was dry docked in...

    learn more
  • 13
    May

    CEO, Director attend World Ports Conference

    Fiji Ports Corporation Limited was represented at the IAPH Baku 2018 World Ports Conference that was held in Baku, Azerbaijan from May 8-11 this year. The company was represented by chief executive officer,...

    learn more
  • 7
    Mar

    FSHIL secures Samoan market after three decades

    Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited (FSHIL) continues to expand its services into the Pacific region and has re-established its market in Samoa. This week marks (March) a milestone achievement for the company...

    learn more
  • 20
    Feb

    Suva Harbour safe from Oil Spill: Naisara

    What could have been a major spill in the Suva Harbour last year  from the sunken vessel, Southern Phoenix was avoided, thanks to the quick response by the relevant bodies. This was stressed...

    learn more
  • 13
    Feb

    TC Gita Precautionary Measures

    As of 1800hrs today, all declared Ports will be closed due to Tropical Cyclone Gita’s expected/forecasted entrance into Fiji waters tonight through Southern Lau. All vessels were advised yesterday to proceed to anchorage...

    learn more
  • 28
    Jan

    Internal Auditors trained on ISO roles

    Thirty- five internal auditors from four different companies attended an in-house workshop on Internal Auditing for ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems, facilitated by Fiji Ships Heavy Industries Limited yesterday (Saturday, January 26). The...

    learn more
  • 26
    Jan

    Viking Sun’s Maiden Voyage to Fiji

    The Port of Suva welcomed a wave of American and Canadian tourists yesterday when passenger ship, MS Viking Sun made her maiden voyage to Fiji. The 228m-long cruise liner which carried 930 passengers,...

    learn more
  • 26
    Jan

    ISO audit carried out for FSHIL

    The audit for ISO 9001: 2015 certification has already been undertaken for Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) audit was carried out this week by Mr Gamini...

    learn more
  • 11
    Jan

    Concerted effort to ease congestion at Port Mua-i-walu

    A joint operation by the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL), Fiji Roads Authority (FRA), Land Transport Authority (LTA), Fiji Police Force, Suva City Council (SCC) and the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure has...

    learn more
  • 23
    Dec

    CEO’s 2017 Christmas Message

    As we approach the end of 2017, I trust that you have all enjoyed a very productive year. In reflecting on Fiji Ports Corporation Limited’s (FPCL) journey, it has certainly been an exciting...

    learn more
  • 6
    Dec

    Fiji Ships ensures fibreglass boats meet safety standard

    The continuous reports of loss of lives at sea and fibre glass boats capsizing have promoted the Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited to commence boat-building in Fiji. This is to ensure that...

    learn more
  • 1
    Dec

    Second Bonus Payout for Fiji Ports Terminal Limited

    Port plays an important role in respect to our economy, says Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum He made these comments yesterday after announcing that the 270 staff of Fiji Ports Terminal...

    learn more
  • 28
    Nov

    Gala Night Marks successful year for FPCL

    The Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) successfully staged its annual Gala Night at Studio 6 last Saturday (November 25) to celebrate the company’s achievements throughout the year and to thank the employees for...

    learn more
  • 14
    Nov

    US Coast Guard, NZ Maritime train Port Facility Security Officers

    Fiji Port facility security officers from around the country went through training today conducted by the US Coast Guards and New Zealand Maritime. The training is aimed at upholding the International Ship and...

    learn more
  • 13
    Nov

    Improved Communication at Local Wharves

    Communication with our Chinese customers has now improved thanks to the Chinese Language course that was undertaken. These were the words of Ms Sera Ieli, the Operations Assistant at Muaiwalu Wharf 1 who...

    learn more
  • 8
    Nov

    Fiji Ports Employees Graduate from Chinese Learning Course

    Fifteen Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) officers graduated from 10 week training on Chinese Language Beginners Level course on November 8. Speaking at the graduation, FPCL chief executive officer Vajira Piyasena said the...

    learn more
  • 7
    Nov

    FSHIL reaches out to the region

    The Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited (FSHIL) is setting the standard for ship repairing in the Pacific region based on safety and reliability of its services. Operation Manager, Lopeti Radravu said they...

    learn more
  • 3
    Nov

    Trump’s Norwegian Jewel visits Fiji

    American cruise liner Norwegian Jewel of the Norwegian Cruise Line made her maiden voyage to Fiji last week, arriving at the Lautoka Port on November 2 and Suva on November 3. The 294m...

    learn more
  • 31
    Oct

    Fiji Ports join cancer battle

    Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) staged its first Pinktober fundraising drive this morning – a joint effort with its subsidiary company Fiji Ships Heavy Industries Limited (FSHIL), in aid of the Fiji Cancer...

    learn more
  • 24
    Oct

    Control Measures for local wharf Implemented

    In its continuous effort to mitigate congestion, improve efficiencies and uphold safety at our local port of entry, the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) has enforced measures that will come into effect from...

    learn more
  • 23
    Oct

    FPCL, FSHIL Reward Employees With Bonus Payout

    A total of 214 employees of Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) and its subsidiary company, Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries will be receiving their bonuses for the 2016 financial year. The bonus payout...

    learn more
  • 12
    Oct

    “Connecting Ships, Ports and People”

    Fiji Ports Corporation Limited and its subsidiary company, Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited joined the rest of their stakeholders in the maritime industry in celebrating the World Maritime Day at the Fiji...

    learn more
  • 19
    Sep

    Chinese Language Training for FPCL officers

    The Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) continues to commit itself towards enhancing service delivery to its customers. And in a pilot development, it has now undertaken training for 15 of its officers to...

    learn more
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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
  • 19
    Sep

    Chinese Language Training for FPCL officers

    The Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) continues to commit itself towards enhancing service delivery to its customers. And in a pilot development, it has now undertaken training for 15 of its officers to...

    learn more
  • 12
    Oct

    “Connecting Ships, Ports and People”

    Fiji Ports Corporation Limited and its subsidiary company, Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited joined the rest of their stakeholders in the maritime industry in celebrating the World Maritime Day at the Fiji...

    learn more
  • 23
    Oct

    FPCL, FSHIL Reward Employees With Bonus Payout

    A total of 214 employees of Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) and its subsidiary company, Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries will be receiving their bonuses for the 2016 financial year. The bonus payout...

    learn more
  • 24
    Oct

    Control Measures for local wharf Implemented

    In its continuous effort to mitigate congestion, improve efficiencies and uphold safety at our local port of entry, the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) has enforced measures that will come into effect from...

    learn more
  • 31
    Oct

    Fiji Ports join cancer battle

    Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) staged its first Pinktober fundraising drive this morning – a joint effort with its subsidiary company Fiji Ships Heavy Industries Limited (FSHIL), in aid of the Fiji Cancer...

    learn more
  • 3
    Nov

    Trump’s Norwegian Jewel visits Fiji

    American cruise liner Norwegian Jewel of the Norwegian Cruise Line made her maiden voyage to Fiji last week, arriving at the Lautoka Port on November 2 and Suva on November 3. The 294m...

    learn more
  • 7
    Nov

    FSHIL reaches out to the region

    The Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited (FSHIL) is setting the standard for ship repairing in the Pacific region based on safety and reliability of its services. Operation Manager, Lopeti Radravu said they...

    learn more
  • 8
    Nov

    Fiji Ports Employees Graduate from Chinese Learning Course

    Fifteen Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) officers graduated from 10 week training on Chinese Language Beginners Level course on November 8. Speaking at the graduation, FPCL chief executive officer Vajira Piyasena said the...

    learn more
  • 13
    Nov

    Improved Communication at Local Wharves

    Communication with our Chinese customers has now improved thanks to the Chinese Language course that was undertaken. These were the words of Ms Sera Ieli, the Operations Assistant at Muaiwalu Wharf 1 who...

    learn more
  • 14
    Nov

    US Coast Guard, NZ Maritime train Port Facility Security Officers

    Fiji Port facility security officers from around the country went through training today conducted by the US Coast Guards and New Zealand Maritime. The training is aimed at upholding the International Ship and...

    learn more
  • 28
    Nov

    Gala Night Marks successful year for FPCL

    The Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) successfully staged its annual Gala Night at Studio 6 last Saturday (November 25) to celebrate the company’s achievements throughout the year and to thank the employees for...

    learn more
  • 1
    Dec

    Second Bonus Payout for Fiji Ports Terminal Limited

    Port plays an important role in respect to our economy, says Attorney-General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum He made these comments yesterday after announcing that the 270 staff of Fiji Ports Terminal...

    learn more
  • 6
    Dec

    Fiji Ships ensures fibreglass boats meet safety standard

    The continuous reports of loss of lives at sea and fibre glass boats capsizing have promoted the Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited to commence boat-building in Fiji. This is to ensure that...

    learn more
  • 23
    Dec

    CEO’s 2017 Christmas Message

    As we approach the end of 2017, I trust that you have all enjoyed a very productive year. In reflecting on Fiji Ports Corporation Limited’s (FPCL) journey, it has certainly been an exciting...

    learn more
  • 11
    Jan

    Concerted effort to ease congestion at Port Mua-i-walu

    A joint operation by the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL), Fiji Roads Authority (FRA), Land Transport Authority (LTA), Fiji Police Force, Suva City Council (SCC) and the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure has...

    learn more
  • 26
    Jan

    ISO audit carried out for FSHIL

    The audit for ISO 9001: 2015 certification has already been undertaken for Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) audit was carried out this week by Mr Gamini...

    learn more
  • 26
    Jan

    Viking Sun’s Maiden Voyage to Fiji

    The Port of Suva welcomed a wave of American and Canadian tourists yesterday when passenger ship, MS Viking Sun made her maiden voyage to Fiji. The 228m-long cruise liner which carried 930 passengers,...

    learn more
  • 28
    Jan

    Internal Auditors trained on ISO roles

    Thirty- five internal auditors from four different companies attended an in-house workshop on Internal Auditing for ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems, facilitated by Fiji Ships Heavy Industries Limited yesterday (Saturday, January 26). The...

    learn more
  • 13
    Feb

    TC Gita Precautionary Measures

    As of 1800hrs today, all declared Ports will be closed due to Tropical Cyclone Gita’s expected/forecasted entrance into Fiji waters tonight through Southern Lau. All vessels were advised yesterday to proceed to anchorage...

    learn more
  • 20
    Feb

    Suva Harbour safe from Oil Spill: Naisara

    What could have been a major spill in the Suva Harbour last year  from the sunken vessel, Southern Phoenix was avoided, thanks to the quick response by the relevant bodies. This was stressed...

    learn more
  • 7
    Mar

    FSHIL secures Samoan market after three decades

    Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited (FSHIL) continues to expand its services into the Pacific region and has re-established its market in Samoa. This week marks (March) a milestone achievement for the company...

    learn more
  • 13
    May

    CEO, Director attend World Ports Conference

    Fiji Ports Corporation Limited was represented at the IAPH Baku 2018 World Ports Conference that was held in Baku, Azerbaijan from May 8-11 this year. The company was represented by chief executive officer,...

    learn more
  • 15
    May

    More Vanuatu vessels on FSHIL list

    Regional vessel LCT Kalyara is undergoing a major overhaul having been on the Fiji Ships and Heavy Industries Limited (FSHIL) for the past three months. The Vanuatu landing barge was dry docked in...

    learn more
  • 20
    May

    Improving Productivity through Quality Circle

    In a competitive world, improvement in productivity is one of the key factors in the economic development of any nation. Therefore, the Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity Center was requested to...

    learn more
  • 22
    May

    Swamp test reveals unsinkable boat

    Members of the media were invited to witness the swamp test of a fibreglass boat in May and to allow them to tell the story of how reliable the FSHIL manufactured product is....

    learn more
  • 28
    May

    Fiji Ports invest in training

    Investing in the training and development of workers is of great importance to the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited giving employees the opportunity to expand their knowledge base, build confidence and enhancing their overall...

    learn more
  • 31
    May

    FPCL committed to FICAC’s Corporate Integrity Pledge

    Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) signifying its commitment to adopting and upholding the anti-corruption principles underlined in the Corporate Integrity...

    learn more
  • 9
    Jun

    FSHIL receives ISO 9001:2015 Accreditation

    Fiji Ships and Heavy Industry Limited (FSHIL) is exceptionally proud to announce that it has been awarded the ISO 9001:2015 certification. This prestigious certification — the latest iteration of the world’s leading quality...

    learn more
  • 20
    Jun

    Major Clean-up Campaign Advocates for a cleaner Maritime Environment

    The importance of keeping the maritime environment clean was a key message during the joint clean-up campaign organised by the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPCL), Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji (MSAF) and FPCL...

    learn more
  • 29
    Jun

    US Coast Guard, NZ Maritime conduct Security Audit

    Another security audit was conducted in June on our Ports by the US Coast Guard and NZ Maritime to ensure our facilities meet the standard required under the International Ship and Port Facility...

    learn more

Expected Ship Arrivals