Melbourne, Australia - Melbourne International RoRo and Auto Terminal (MIRRAT)
Operating as the sole RoRo terminal in Port of Melbourne, MIRRAT is committed to a strong environmental focus with the aim of being an industry leader in the provision of solutions which minimise impacts on the local environment and community.
Melbourne International RoRo and Auto Terminal (MIRRAT)
46 Kooringa Way
3207, Port Melbourne
- +61 1300 647 728
Monday-Friday 06:00 - 15:00 Office 08:30 - 17:00
New Year's Day; Australia Day; Labour Day, Good Friday; Easter Saturday; Easter Monday; ANZAC Day; Queen’s Birthday; Grand Final Eve; Melbourne Cup; Christmas Day; Boxing Day
A focus on sustainable solutions
Safety, sustainability, efficiency and innovation are at the heart of our DNA and is reflected in the way we approach everything we do. International best practice systems and processes support our operations to ensure a smooth flow of cargo and an unmatched ease of doing business.
What we do:
- Short and long-term storage
- Quarantine treatment (seed and bugs)
- Cargo surveying
- Crane lifts
- documentation preparation
- Cargo transhipment and distribution
- Emergency mechanical work
Our "Beyond Zero Harm" approach, shifts our focus to not only achieving zero injuries and incidents, but also improves the People, our Planet and the Products that transit through the terminal. Sustainability was at front of mind during the design of our facility, as we now boast LED lighting, a rainwater collection system and an 100kW solar array to power our administration building.
We also anchor environmental commitment and strategy across our operations and teams. Our 5-pillar framework includes:
- Focusing on high impact changes
- Holding ourselves accountable and transparent in our environmental commitment
- Exceeding our responsibilities for environmental performance
- Investing in future technologies
- Cultivate partnership with stakeholders to develop sustainable solutions
|Outdoor and Indoor
MIRRAT is committed to operating an open access facility offering a level playing field for all approved and licensed users. Under pinning this commitment is the undertaking we have sought with the Australian Competition & Consumer Comission (ACCC). The conditions governing our open access are set out in Schedule 1 of the 87B Undertaking.