The Fiji Ports Corporation Limited (FPLC) owns and operates the Port of Suva and three other ports: Lautoka, Malau, and Vanau Levu. The FPCL is a government-owned commercial company. The Port of Suva is the largest and busiest container and general port in Fiji, and it is the country’s maritime gateway. The FPLC is responsible for managing and maintaining local wharves and property, developing and maintaining wharf infrastructure, overseeing marine services, and providing land-based services like cargo-handling yards, warehouses, and berths.
The Port of Suva contains five berth locations with a total of 845 meters of berthing space with alongside depths up to 12 meters. The container terminal offers storage capacity for 80 thousand TEUs of containerized cargo.
The Port of Suva is the heart of Fiji’s ports, and Fiji is a major crossroad for shipping between Australia, New Zealand, North America, and the South Pacific region.