Ports of Auckland has become the first port in New Zealand to be certified by the Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme (CEMARS).
Container terminal automation, a deepwater terminal berth and three new cranes will provide Ports of Auckland (POAL) with additional capacity.
The future of a plan to move container operations from Ports of Auckland to Northport is uncertain.
Three new cranes ordered by Ports of Auckland (POAL) will be able to carry up to four containers at once.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters’ move to reignite calls to relocate Ports of Auckland (PoAL) operations to Northport in his electorate has been roundly criticised by the New Zealand maritime sector.
Delegates at the inaugural New Zealand Port & Harbour Marine Safety Code (P&HSC) forum have gained a detailed insight into the thorough risk assessment being undertaken by the country’s ports in preparation for accommodating ever-larger callers.
Konecranes launched new automation-related technologies for the container handling industry at this year’s TOC Europe exhibition in Amsterdam.
Ports of Auckland (PoAL) has initiated a review of the both the Nexus Logistics supply chain joint venture established with Netlogix in late 2014 as well as its Conlinxx subsidiary which manages cargo flow between the seaport and its Wiri (South Auckland) inland port.
An estimated annual saving of at least 1.17 Gigawatt hours of electricity - nearly 7% of the port’s total electricity usage - is expected from the first installation of LED floodlighting by Ports of Auckland (PoAL).
Ports of Auckland continues to make a significant economic and social contribution to Auckland and New Zealand, despite the ongoing difficult international shipping and trading environment, said chief executive Tony Gibson.
Ports of Auckland, Lyttelton Port of Christchurch and KiwiRail have joined forces to provide movement of domestic freight from Auckland to Christchurch following the Kaikoura Earthquake.
South Port has returned a comparable 13% rise in net after-tax profit to a record NZ$8.7m and 6% increase in revenue to a record NZ$36.7m during the 2015-2016 financial year.
Ports of Auckland hasn’t been named the best port in Oceania by its customers for nothing – it is weathering the market storm well despite difficult economic conditions.
A strategic alliance has been made between the Ports of Auckland Limited and Napier Port to provide operational, economic, sustainability and community benefits.
Manukau Harbour and the Firth of Thames have been selected as the two potential sites for a possible future relocation of Ports of Auckland (PoAL).
Auckland’s future port location is looming as one of the key issues in New Zealand’s October local authority elections, with three Mayoral candidates publicly backing a move out of the city at a recent debate.
Ports of Auckland Ltd (POAL) has been fined NZ$49,980 and ordered to pay NZ$12,000 in reparations after a stevedore employed by the company fell nearly 3m off the unguarded edge of a hatch lid.
Ports of Auckland has launched a second phase of consultation with staff and unions on a proposal to deploy 15-metre-high automated straddle carriers in its container terminal.
Mediation talks taking place between the Ports of Auckland and the Maritime Union of New Zealand (MUNZ) to try to avoid further strikes before and during Christmas have so far been unsuccessful.
Ports of Auckland has confirmed that it has lost more trade as a consequence of ongoing strikes, with New Zealand’s largest exporter, Fonterra following Maersk's lead of shifting services.
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