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They say “many hands make light work”

Pacific Tug Group have four tugs and 24 Australian Seafarers at sea today. These tugs are deployed on various towage operations both domestic and abroad. This is an opportunity to recognise both the professional seafarers sailing on them together with the large shore team who: Maintain them Keep them operationally ready for sea Crew them […]

Making Waves in the Maritime Industry

A big thank you to APAC Outlook Magazine for featuring Pacific Tug Group in their most recent issue, which focuses on the APAC supply chain.  Chris Peters, CEO, speaks about Pacific Tug’s vast experience in the Maritime space, and how the company has adapted over the last five decades.

P.T. Fortitude assists LPG Carrier Bougainville

Pacific Tug Group (PTG) were happy to be in a position to assist the LPG Carrier Bougainville. Bougainville suffered mechanical failure and required towage to Singapore for repair. The P.T. Fortitude was chartered to tow the Bougainville from the port of Hastings Victoria up the east coast of Australia through to Hervey Bay. PTG were able […]

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2024

Our Commercial Manager, Kim Jenkins, spent an exciting morning celebrating #IWD2024 with the Queensland Chapter of WISTA Australia. A visit and tour of Patrick Terminals where the team there were so graceful with their time and effort making it such a great experience. However, the highlight of the morning was having an opportunity to sit in the […]

Delivery of 922 tonnes of steel received in Bundaberg

Pacific Marine Base Bundaberg (PMBB) demonstrates another major investment in a renewables gateway, connecting Bundaberg and South East Queensland to the Blue Highway. Whilst PMBB continue the development of our Stage 1 Break Bulk Facility, recently confirming a minimum of 5 meters depth alongside the highest capacity Ro-Ro berth on the East Coast of Australia; […]

Pacific Marine Base Brisbane goes solar!

Pacific Marine Base Brisbane are pleased to announce that we’ve gone solar! Last week our Maintenance Shed was fitted with 120 solar panels capable of producing 238.5kWh of power per day which equates to whopping 87,050 kWh per annum! The panels are designed as an AC solar module with microinverters for maximum yield and safety. […]

Another key milestone for Pacific Marine Base Bundaberg

Another key milestone was reached yesterday at Pacific Marine Base Bundaberg with the official opening ceremony for Stage 1 taking place. We’d like to thank the Hon Dr Jim Chalmers, the Hon Anthony Chisholm, and all of our distinguished guests for helping to make the ceremony a resounding success! We are extremely appreciative of your attendance, […]

Pacific Marine Base Brisbane – from then to now

In 2017 a 20,000m2 parcel of land with a 40,000m2 wet lease area in the port of Brisbane was purchased to form Pacific Marine Base – Brisbane and join the Pacific Tug Group. Since then, this little-known supply base has been the staging point for countless projects, ranging from the Brisbane River to the entire Australian coastline, and […]