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Change in Brisbane: Poseidon Sea Pilots wins tender


published on 10 February 2021 903

According to a report in "Daily Cargo News": Poseidon Sea Pilots will provide pilotage services for the PORT of Brisbane from January 1, 2022 and for a period of 10 years.

So far, pilotage services have been provided for 30 years by the Brisbane Marine Pilots.

Maritime Safety Queensland general manager Angus Mitchell said the contract would ensure expert navigational assistance continued to be provided by experienced mariners at the state’s largest port:

“Poseidon Sea Pilots is a part of the Brisbane-based Australian Maritime Systems Group (AMSG), which has more than 20 years of service delivery and experience in the maritime and defence industry sectors,” Mr Mitchell said.

About Poseidon Sea Pilots:
Poseidon Sea Pilots is a fully owned subsidiary of Australian Maritime Systems Group (AMS Group).

AMS Group consists of four business units with a common delivery imperatives, delivering high integrity services into strict regulated environments including Commonwealth of Australia Federal agencies, Department of Defence, large and small ports and waterways and commercial aviation.

Poseidon Sea Pilots is a key business unit in AMS Group.

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Wade Armstrong Hawaii Pilots' Association, USA
on 11 February 2021, 20:41 UTC

During numerous visits to Brizzy, I was always very impressed with the professionalism of the Brisbane Pilots. When competing pilotage organizations result in a change of Pilots, I always wonder what will be lost or willfully sacrificed by the new pilotage administration.
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