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CentrePort Considers Options for Earthquake-Damaged Buildings

CentrePort says it is working closely with Wellington City Council and other stakeholders on various options for a number of its port buildings that were seriously damaged in the 7.8 magnitude earthquake on 14th November 2016.

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CentrePort Welcomes Another Inaugural Cruise Ship Visit

Tomorrow morning the MS Maasdam will be welcomed to Wellington for the first time, as post-earthquake repairs allow the cruise season to continue.

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CentrePort Confirms New Ways to Get Containers Moving Again

With the help of shipping lines, customers and suppliers, CentrePort staff have managed to implement new ways to get container freight moving through the port, following the impact of last week’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake.

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Car and Log Deliveries Reinforce Progress at CentrePort

Wellington’s Port continues to make good progress in resuming services following the 14 November earthquake, although challenges remain.

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MBIE releases Statistics House investigation Terms of Reference

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has released the Terms of Reference for its investigation into Wellington’s Statistics House.

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Centreport Resumes Most Services a Week After Earthquake

 A week after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit New Zealand, CentrePort has resumed most operations and is focussed on minimising disruption to its customers.

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Sea side exclusion zone applied to Wellington’s wharves
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Cruise Ship to Berth in Wellington on Monday

Wellington will welcome the inaugural visit of the Pacific Aria on Monday 21 November 2016.

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CentrePort Welcomes Government Inquiry into Buildings

CentrePort says it welcomes the Government’s announcement that it will commission a technical investigation into the performance of several modern buildings during Monday’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake.

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Parts of CentrePort Reopened for Business

With the support of various agencies, suppliers and customers, CentrePort has managed to resume key parts of its business within 72 hours of Monday’s 7.8 magnitude earthquake which caused damage to buildings, wharves and roadways with liquefaction and differential settlement in places.

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Update on CentrePort Earthquake Response

CentrePort has conducted preliminary engineering assessments of its port infrastructure, following the 7.5 magnitude earthquake that struck North Canterbury early Monday, while also managing adverse weather conditions today.

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CentrePort - Status Update

Chief Executive Derek Nind has said in a statement that CentrePort staff are coordinating inspections of port property and assets during daylight hours today.

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NZ’s Harbourside Capital Cruises Into New Season

Wellington, welcomes the first cruise ship of the season tomorrow, 5th October 2016, the 2000 passenger Radiance of the Seas.

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Excellent Results Provide Platform for Further Growth

CentrePort is pleased to announce a net profit after tax of $17.9 million for the year to 30 June 2016, up $3.9 million on last year, resulting from a strong increase in trade and a positive earnings performance and property revaluation outcome.

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New Waingawa Log Hub Underpins Regional Growth and Trade

CentrePort has invested in a new regional hub in the Wairarapa.

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New Pilot Vessel a Key Part of CentrePort’s Growth Strategy

From August 2017, CentrePort’s Marine Team will have a new jet powered pilot vessel capable of speeds up to 31 knots.

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VGM Customer Advisory

As part of the international requirement under the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), and the amendments made to the Safety of Life at Sea convention (SOLAS) to require, as a condition for loading a packed container onto a ship for export, that the container has a verified weight.

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CentrePort Welcomes Bonus Cruise Call

CentrePort is to host themaiden visit of the cruise ship, MS Insignia this weekend.

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CentrePort Deal a Win for Toyota Customers

Toyota – the world’s largest car manufacturer – is now shipping cars to CentrePort to improve speed of delivery to customers in the Lower North Island.

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CentrePort Announces Fantastic Cruise Season

 CentrePort is celebrating the end of a record cruise ship season where 230,000 visitors got a taste of unbeatable Wellington days.

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Mid-Year profit for CentrePort

CentrePort posted a net profit after tax of $4.6m for the six months to December 2015, $1.5m up on the same period last year (profit $3.1m).

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Security Exercise taking place at CentrePort

CentrePort and Silver Fern Shipping will conduct a joint security exercise on port this week, supported by Maritime NZ and NZ Defence Force.

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CentrePort set to welcome Guayas to Wellington

CentrePort is set to welcome the picturesque Ecuadorian naval training ship, the Guayas, to Wellington on Sunday morning.

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CentrePort - New Chief Executive Announcement

Derek Nind is the new Chief Executive of CentrePort.

Mr Nind is currently the General Manager, Commercial at CentrePort, having joined the company in 2013, following a significant career associated with the port sector.

Mr Nind will commence his new role from 18 December.

Chairman Warren Larsen said "Derek was appointed following an extensive recruitment process. He brings a strong commercial focus to the company, which is vital to our ongoing success and efforts to be the port of choice for central New Zealand."

"The company has been producing very positive results, which Derek has been a key part of. His appointment will support sustaining that positive momentum."

Mr Nind said "I am very satisfied with CentrePort's progress to date, and I am extremely focused on meeting the needs of our expanding customer base in central New Zealand."

Mr Larsen said "I would also like to take this opportunity to thank outgoing Chief Executive Blair O'Keeffe for his leadership of the company over the last seven years."

"During his tenure the company has refocused its strategy, re-capitalised, redeveloped its culture and grown its earnings materially. He has also brought a strong focus to health and safety. He leaves on the very best of terms and with our good wishes."

 

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For more information, contact:

Sarah Toase

Phone: 04 495 3844

Email: sarah.toase@centreport.co.nz

Website: www.centreport.co.nz

 

 

 

 
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Strong Result Provides Platform for Further Growth

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CENTREPORT DELIVERS SOLID RESULTS AND GROWTH PLANS

CentrePort achieved an underlying net profit after tax of $11.7 million for the year to 30 June 2013. This compared to $9.3 million the previous year.

Port revenue was stable at $52.1 million, while property revenue of $5.1 million was down from $6.5 million last year.

After $6.5 million of fair value adjustments to financial instruments and investment properties, net profit after tax increased to $18.2 million.

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Increased Trade Growth Supports Earthquake Recovery

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CentrePort Resumes Operations after Quake Checks

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Queen Mary 2 Arriving in Wellington - 13 March 2013
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Wellington photographer John Nicholson captured these time-lapse photographs of the cruise ships Celebrity Solstice and Queen Mary 2 arriving in Wellington Harbour on Wednesday 13 March.

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Queen Mary Confirms Big Ship Capability at CentrePort

Cunard’s 345 metre Queen Mary 2 cruise liner will be making her second visit to Wellington today.  The call reinforces CentrePort’s ability to handle very large vessels.

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CENTREPORT CONTINUES ITS BIG SHIP AGENDA

CentrePort Wellington, New Zealand’s third largest port is future proofing its business with the imminent arrival of Tapuhi – its state-of-the-art tug boat which will replace older and lower powered tugs.

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CentrePort Achieves Mid-Year Profit

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Levin to Ports Link Vital for Region, Centreport says

The Road of National Significance (RoNS) linking Levin to air and sea ports will provide a much needed boost to the regional economy, CentrePort chief executive Blair O'Keeffe said today.

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The Public has Voted Tapuhi

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CentrePort Granted Injunction in Labour Dispute

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CentrePort Seeks Injunction in Labour Dispute

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New Rail Service for Growing CentrePort Log Trade

CentrePort Wellington’s growing log trade will receive a boost from a new log rail service between the port and the Wairarapa.

 

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CentrePort Partners with ACC

CentrePort and Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) have entered into a long term commercial property joint venture under which ACC will acquire a 50% share in three of CentrePort's Harbour Quays buildings, those occupied by BNZ, Statistics NZ and the NZ Customs Service.

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Box Record at Wellington Port

CentrePort Wellington achieved a significant milestone this week, for the first time handling 100,000 TEU’s (twenty foot equivalent) containers within a year.

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