A proposed local terminal to bring the local shipping industry into a new era is planned at Mua-i-walu which will encompass check-in counters, departure lounge access and controlled movement of people to allow practical and easy access for boarding/de-boarding onto/ex local vessels.


The taking on of critical local trunk routes by FPCL to utilize its expertise in providing world class port facility to the local shipping industry and the traveling public is in the pipeline for FPCL. These trunk routes include Natovi, Savusavu, Nabouwalu and Taveuni.


Fiji’s integrated proposed container terminal comprising 55 hectares of reclamation has received its EIA approval and issuance of a 2 year development lease. FPCL is on the threshold of reviewing its funding options to realise this project to build a multi faceted terminal to gear its infrastructure for the future growth of Fiji’s economy.

Stevedoring Productivity of TEU’s per hour has greatly increased the efficiency at the Port, with an average of 15 TEU’s per hour on a low, 18 TEU’s per hour on a medium and 20 per TEU for a high average.