MSC’s new apple desk

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Last month, MSC established a “dedicated and experienced apple team” at the New Zealand port of Tauranga to manage what is predicted to ...

37yr old crane retires

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Port of Tauranga in New Zealand is retiring its 37-year-old Liebherr crane, one of the oldest Liebherr cranes in operation today....

Tauranga doubles up

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Service changes by Maersk Line will push the size of the largest vessels serving the New Zealand market from 4,500 TEU to 9,500 TEU in one l...

Return of RTW route

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This month saw Maersk announce changes to its TP12 service that effectively reverse the sailing direction and turn it into a round-the-world...

K-Motion for Kiwi ports

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The first terminals to use Gloria reachstackers with Kalmar’s new K-Motion technology in the Asia Pacific region will be in New Zealand...

Feeder links for NZ

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New Zealand’s northern most port is entering the container market, aiming to become a feeder port to Auckland and Tauranga....

Navis charts a course

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With N4 maturing, Navis is launching a new initiative that has the potential to achieve integrated vessel planning for the benefit of lines ...

NZ feeder

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The Port of Timaru on New Zealand’s South Island has started its role as a feeder to the Port to Tauranga....

NZ Logistics merger

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Port of Tauranga (POT) and Kotahi and the have formed Coda, a new 50:50 joint venture to bring together the inland transport assets of the p...