The gender divide

Auckland employee Johanna Hofmann

Great strides have been made in breaking down the gender bias in ports.

Ports and shipping remains one of the most male-dominated industries in the world. But while women may not have reached gender equality, the enormity of the success in breaking down stereotypes should not be underestimated.

In recent years, women have broken through into middle management, executive and board level, as well as in operational roles on the wharf itself.

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