We add significant value to our automotive clients as the automotive and general stevedore of choice in the Australian market through the discharge and load of vessels across 7 ports nationally, handling over 750,000 units per year.

Qube provides damage free automotive services and schedule integrity through the following:

  • Commitment to high standards in damage prevention procedures;
  • Experienced team;
  • Organisational experience in automotive stevedoring;
  • Continuous improvement culture;
  • Established systems and processes;
  • Demonstrated economies of scale and support network; and
  • HR and IR model based on engagement with employees.

Zero damage care.

Of paramount importance is damage prevention at all times, and we have a proven track record of initiatives and implementation of procedures throughout our operations to ensure zero damage and service excellence.

Qube Ports’ automotive stevedoring offers a number of strategic and operational advantages to our customers:

  • Practical and innovative operational procedures;
  • Professional, experienced, dedicated workforce;
  • Cutting edge IT solutions spread across the whole transport chain;
  • Linkages with other companies within the transport chain;
  • Continually updated damage prevention procedures;
  • Stable management structure that has worked in the automotive sector for many years; and
  • Commitment to zero damage.

Qube’s Dojo training innovation.

Qube’s innovative and leading ‘PCC Dojo’ safety and training solution has helped to elevate our Pure Car Carrier (PCC) and Roll-on Roll-off (RoRo) stevedoring operations to global industry best practices. It has delivered significant reductions in cargo damage and improvements in quality, safety and service.

To ensure the highest levels of damage-free outturn and vessel schedule integrity in our service delivery, Qube looked to build on the unique elements of leading PCC training systems in Japan. “Dojo” literally means “Training” (“Do”) “Place” (“Jo”) and, under the Japanese training model, employees go to a Dojo to learn the different elements of working in a PCC operation.

Qube designed and implemented an Australian version of the PCC Dojo. It focuses on one-on-one experiential learning and training and includes a full immersion drive simulator at each PCC site – an industry first. Here, employees learn the different elements of working in PCC and RoRo loading and unloading operations by completing interactive and practical training across eight specialised work stations.

Qube’s PCC Dojo Training Centres have now set a new industry standard of excellence for safe work practices in this area. Peer recognition has been in the form of several awards, including the Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council Award for Innovation and Excellence in Workforce Development, as well as the UC-win/Road Award for 3D VR Simulation.


Qube Ports – Automotive Capability Statement