Auckland Looks to Automated Straddle Carriers

Automated straddle at Port of Auckland

New Zealand’s second largest port is keeping its location options open.

In New Zealand, the main talking point in port related discussions is where Ports of Auckland will relocate to in the future.

Local political opposition to any further reclamations means that the port will never be able to expand its footprint. The new New Zealand Government – involving two coalition agreements between the Labour Party and New Zealand First and between Labour and the Greens – has committed to commissioning a feasibility study on the options for moving the port.

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