What does the Port of Tauranga do?

Port of Tauranga is the natural gateway to and from international markets for many of New Zealand’s businesses. The Port’s location is central to key export commodity sources.

Who owns the Port of Tauranga?

Bay Of Plenty Regional Council
Port of Tauranga

Trade name Port of Tauranga
Owners Bay Of Plenty Regional Council – 54% Public – 46%
Number of employees 229 (2019)
Subsidiaries Coda GP Limited Metrobox Limited Northport North Tugz Limited Port Connect Limited PrimePort Timaru Limited Quality Marshalling Tapper Transport Timaru Container Terminal Limited

What is the largest port in NZ?

Port of Tauranga
Port of Tauranga This is the largest port in the country. It has the largest total cargo volume and also container throughput.

When did Port of Tauranga list?

On 1 September 1873, the Port of Tauranga was officially established by order of the Governor of New Zealand.

What does Port of Tauranga own?

The Port of Tauranga Group includes: Quality Marshalling (100% ownership), a cargo services company; Coda (50% ownership), a freight logistics group; Northport (50% ownership), the deep water commercial port in Whangarei; PrimePort Timaru (50% ownership), the commercial port in Timaru; Timaru Container Terminal (50.1% …

Who owns NZ ports?

the Auckland Council
The bid was successful, and the port is now 100% owned by the Auckland Council, successor of the Auckland Regional Council and other local authorities.

How big is Port of Tauranga?

The total landholdings of the Port of Tauranga are 185ha. The harbour is in a tidal estuary and occupies an area of 19,900ha.

Who owns New Zealand ports?

Ports of Auckland is 100% held by the Auckland Council. Annual dividends to Auckland Regional Holdings and its predecessors in the 15 years to 2006 totalled NZ$500 million.

Is Tauranga in Auckland?

Tauranga is the largest city in the Bay of Plenty and one of the fastest growing population centres in the country. Central to Auckland, Rotorua and Hamilton, and just a 15 minute drive from one of New Zealand’s most popular beach towns, Mount Maunganui.

Who owns Ports of Auckland?

Auckland Council
Ports of Auckland Limited (POAL) is owned by Auckland Council.

Which is the oldest port in the world?

Byblos Port is an ancient port in Byblos, Lebanon and is believed by the Lebanese to be oldest port in the world.

Where is the port of Tauranga in New Zealand?

The Marshalling Services segment consists of the contracted terminal operations, stevedoring, marshalling, and scaling activities of Quality Marshalling Ltd. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Tauranga, New Zealand. Beibu Gulf Port Co. Ltd.

What’s the stock price of Port of Tauranga?

Port of Tauranga (NZSE:POT) has had a rough three months with its share price down 1.9%. But if you pay close… Port of Tauranga Limited ( NZSE:POT ) stock is about to trade ex-dividend in 4 days. You can purchase shares before the…

Which is the most vertically integrated port in New Zealand?

We are the most horizontally and vertically integrated port in the country. We hold investments in other New Zealand ports, stevedoring, marshalling and logistics companies. This site has been developed to keep our customers, our business partners, our shareholders and our community up to date with what’s happening at Port of Tauranga.

When is the cargo cut off at Tauranga?

For cargo cut-off and availability times at Tauranga Container Terminal (Berths 23,24,25) please check Tauranga Container Terminal Schedules