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Photograph of a J & J Robertson & Sons Truck

05 May 2016


ANJ Containers and Bond Store Services Pty Ltd is pleased to announce our extended hours of operations for all of our Depot Services, at our new purpose built licensed Customs, and Quarantine, Facility at, 3 Coal Pier Road Banksmeadow.

Click Here for further and extensive information

Hours of Operation for LCL/FCL R&D
24 Hurs a day 5 Days a week

Click Here for R&D Operational Times & information.

13 October 2015


Please see attached flyer:  Click Here.

Hi All,

As some of you may or may not be aware, JJ’s have been in the process of moving premises.

Well the time has come to close the doors on one chapter after 18 years at Lilyfield and to open the doors on our next chapter.

As of Monday 19th October, 2015, J & J ROBERTSON & SONS TRANSPORT will be operating our head office from our brand new custom built office located at; Level 1, 3 COAL PIER RD, BANKSMEADOW, NSW, 2019.

Our warehouse and yard operations WILL COMMENCE at our new facility at; 1 BOLTON ST, SYDENHAM, NSW, 2044 in where all our daily operations will take place FROM MONDAY 19TH OCTOBER, 2015

Both our current phone number 02 9818 1011 and fax number 02 9818 1182 will be diverted, but please get used to our new phone and fax numbers and put them into your speed dials J

Phone: 02 9307 2000
Fax: 02 9307 2099

For mail purposes please send to P.O BOX 1213, ROZELLE, NSW, 2039

Our email addresses will remain the same so please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any more information or would like to discuss any additional work.

We here at JJ’s would like to take this opportunity to thank eveyone for their support over the past 18 year’s here at Lilyfield and look forward to the many year’s ahead of working together.

Once we have settled into our new facilities, we would welcome you all to come visit us.

We will continue to handle all L.C.L & F.C.L cargo in and out of all depots and wharves on a daily basis, plus all container handling facilitation for local and country transport, storage and distribution.

Brad Robertson

23 May 2012


Dear all,

From 4 June 2012, new processes for the management of overweight container trucks will operate in the Port Botany precinct. This will affect all trucks entering DP World terminal to collect import containers. The same rules will apply at the Patrick terminal from 1 July 2012. The Port Botany stevedores will notify industry if there are any changes to these dates.

Please click here to view a set of guidelines that will assist industry with the new processes. If you have any issues accessing this link, please contact Sydney Ports’ Logistics and Trade department on +61 2 9296 4999 or email 

It must be noted that prevention of overweight vehicles on public roads is already enforceable under applicable NSW road transport laws that relate to mass requirements and the legal transport of goods by road. However, these new processes will assist transport carriers to better manage heavy or unevenly loaded import containers and improve industry compliance.

These guidelines have been developed with input from the Committee for the Management of Overweight Trucks in the Port Precinct and Container Freight Stations (CFSs), which includes:

· Australian Customs and Border Protection Service;

· Australian Trucking Association (ATA) New South Wales;

· Cargo Facilitation Committee Chairman;

· Customs Brokers & Forwarders Council of Australia (CBFCA);

· Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) Biosecurity;

· DP World;

· Empty Container Depots;

· Hutchison Port Holdings;

· Office of the Minister for Roads and Ports;

· Patrick;

· New South Wales Roads and Maritime Services (RMS);

· Shipping Australia Limited;

· Sydney Ports Corporation;

· Australian Container Freight Services (ACFS)

· Patrick Port Logistics

· Qube Logistics

· Sydney Sideloaders

· VISA Global Logistics

· WSI International

The attached guidelines outline the responsibilities and obligations of industry and the options available for carriers to comply with the new processes. However, this paper only contains guidelines, not instructions, so individual parties should seek independent advice if clarification is needed.

RMS has agreed for trial periods to occur, to afford industry time to adjust to the new processes. The first trial will be in May 2012 for DP World. The second will be in June 2012 for Patrick.

These guidelines will be reviewed and updated as the process evolves through the one-month trial period and after.

Micah Clark
Road Manager - PBLIS
Sydney Ports Corporation
Gate B103 Penrhyn Road | Port Botany NSW 2036 Australia
PO Box 25, Millers Point | NSW 2000 Australia
T: +61 2 9296 4688 | F: +61 2 9296 4880 | M: 0408 404 035

01 March 2011

New OPM’s for Pt Botany

Please see below link for document’s for the Pt Botany PBLIS OPM reforms, you can also find out more at:

Sydney Ports Link 1

Sydney Ports Link 2

06 December 2010

Matthew Robertson and Natalie Keys on
the way to Matthew’s Formal 6-12-10

18 February 2010

Top Honour for John Robertson.

Click here to view TWT Article dated 17 February 2010

29 September 2005
Important changes regarding Container cartage requirements.

You can download two letters detailing recent changes to:

1. The Road Transport (General) Act 2005 relating to Container Weight Declarations (Container Weight Declaration Letter) -  Click here.

2. P&O Ports treatment of Unallocated Import Containers. (Container Bookings) - Click Here.

The changes to the Road Transport Act are fortifying the requirements set out within the Chain of Responsibility. Please also read the NSW and Victorian overviews (PDF files regarding the Chain of Responsibility - see links below), so that you can gain a better understanding of the pending issues that will improve the safety on our roads. Compliance to the Chain of Responsibility will be mandatory for all members of the supply chain, as we form part of that chain we will from time to time need to clarify .

Barry Robertson
7 September 2005
Dangerous Goods

Patrick Terminals has advised the New South Wales Road Transport Association that it will require specific details of dangerous cargo passing through its terminal or such cargo will not be accepted. Patrick has issued a notice to this effect at the request of the Sydney Ports Corporation.

Click here for further details.

NSWRTA strongly urges all Members affected by this notice to ensure they comply in full with these requirements and do so immediately.