South Pacific International Container Terminal Ltd.

PNG’s largest port serving the mineral, agriculture and fishing industries. That is also the only facility in Lae that can handle international containers with NAVIS 4, TOS offering EDI capabilities and real-time billing via SAP ERP integration.

As PNG’s largest container port, the Port of Lae is poised to maximize its potential as a major port of call. SPICT is committed to serve Papua New Guinea’s flourishing fishing industry, which includes first-class skipjack, bigeye, and yellowfin tunas. Moreover, the port expansion comes with complementary programs for community development.

The seaport helps anchor the growth of Lae City, Morobe’s capital, and an industrial powerhouse for PNG. Port expansion runs parallel to national government investments in Morobe’s regional road and airport infrastructure and in building up power capabilities. Lae’s development is crucial: it is the main link between international markets and the province’s industrial region and the larger PNG market.


Lae Tidal Basin, International Wharf,

Bumbu Road, Lae,

Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea

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