This licence is required to use or employ a tug for conducting vessels or plying for hire within the Mackay Harbour.
A new licence will not be available to operators until at least 2014.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Demonstrated operational experience and/or capacity to deliver the services required in the port.
This licence remains in effect for up to 10 years (duration is negotiable).
Fees will be determined at the time applications for licence are invited (2014).
Licence issue process will be advised when applications are invited (2014).
Applications will not be accepted until licence issue is invited, probably in 2014.
What is required after applying but before approval is granted?
This will be specified at the time applications are invited.
This licence cannot be transferred without North Queensland Bulk Ports consent, after due diligence.
Information on how to transfer this licence can be obtained from the authority's head office.
North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation Limited
Port of Mackay
Transport Infrastructure Act 1994 (Queensland)
Transport Infrastructure (Ports) Regulation 2016 (Queensland)
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