Stevens Bulk Services is a supplier of ship unloading equipment. Our people and equipment are strategically located around Australia to provide clients with the outstanding service and state of the art equipment.


Stevens has been providing outstanding customer service to the Australian shipping industry for over 20 years. When you pair this with our state of the art equipment we are second to none in Australian ports.

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With over twenty years experience in the bulk services industry Stevens has used this knowledge gained to design and build grabs and hoppers that maximise productivity and reduce environmental impact.

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We specialise in the design and
fabrication of state of the art
product transfer systems for
the bulk services industry

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Stevens Bulk Services specialise in tailored solutions for our clients’ needs in an ever changing environment.

The Company’s main activities are involved in the loading and unloading of various dry bulk products such as fertilisers, grains, meals and minerals. The Company specialises in the supply of Grabs, Hoppers, Excavators and Skid Steers which have been developed to withstand the harsh cargoes handled in today’s environment.

2013 marked our 20th year in operation. It all began when we ordered our first Priestman touch grabs. Since that first purchase we have conducted extensive research and development with our suppliers in Europe to build grabs that improved productivity by over 30% and eliminated spillage and loss of client’s valuable product at the point of discharge.

Stevens prides itself on offering clients a personalised and tailor-made service when supplying equipment. Whether a project is a one-off shipment or a long-term contract, you are guaranteed cost effective and efficient cargo handling.

The shipping industry operates 24 hrs a day, 365 days a year of which our team is ready to ensure equipment availability and reliability at short notice.

Please feel free to contact us to discuss how we can help with your shipping needs.

Bruce Stevens
Managing Director