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Budget 2011-12 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget



Budget 2011-12 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget

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253 Darwin Port Corporation Business Line 2010-11 Estimate 2011-12 Budget $000 $000 Income 38 014 40 364 East Arm Wharf 24 582 27 873 Navigation and Pilotage 7 138 7 352 City Wharves 6 294 5 139 Expenses 37 383 38 911 East Arm Wharf 20 583 21 587 Navigation and Pilotage 8 495 8 769 City Wharves 8 305 8 555 SURPLUS(+)/DEFICIT(-) BEFORE INCOME TAX 631 1 453 East Arm Wharf 3 999 6 286 Navigation and Pilotage -1 357 -1 417 City Wharves -2 011 -3 416 2011-12 Staffing: 90 Business Division Profile The Darwin Port Corporation provides port infrastructure and has a key role in the facilitation of trade through the Port of Darwin. The Port Corporations East Arm and City Wharf facilities principally serve the following shipping and cargo markets: petroleum and other bulk liquids imports and exports; dry bulk imports and exports including mining consumables; offshore oil and gas rig services; livestock exports; container and general cargo including vehicles; commercial fishing industry; and cruise and naval vessels. Strategic Issues for 2011-12 Economic Sustainability Facilitating trade in bulk materials and container export markets in North Asia, South-East Asia and the Indian sub-continent. Promoting container and general bulk import services associated with resource industry developments in South Australia and across northern Australia. Improving the service delivery methods and infrastructure management for community service obligations to maximise Governments return on investment and better meet community needs.

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