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Second report released for Upper North Island Supply Chain Strategy

The Upper North Island Supply Chain Strategy working group that is undertaking a comprehensive review of New Zealand’s freight and logistics sector for the upper North Island has released its second interim report that provides some options and analysis. READ MORE >>

Auckland mayor says more work needed on port strategy

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the second interim report released by the Upper North Island Supply Chain Strategy working group does not sufficiently consider the costs and benefits to Auckland of relocating its waterfront port. READ MORE >>

Let’s Get Wellington Moving meets with industry on large projects

Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM) met with more than 250 representatives of the professional services industry in Auckland and Wellington in mid-October to brief them on the large components of the $6.4 billion programme and LGWM’s upcoming business case work. READ MORE >>

Marine electrification fund recipients announced

The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) has announced that low-emission marine transport projects will receive a boost to the tune of $800,000. READ MORE >>

Mechanical muscle for Ferry Basin redevelopment

Auckland’s Downtown Waterfront programme is now in full swing with some serious mechanical muscle doing the heavy lifting in the Ferry Basin. READ MORE >>

Main North Line restoration project wins major international award

Work by KiwiRail and its project partners in the North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery alliance (NCTIR), to restore the railway line between Picton and Christchurch devastated by the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake, has won a prestigious North American rail industry award. READ MORE >>

Record cruise season forecast for 2019/2020

The first week of October marked the beginning of a record-breaking summer cruise season, according to the New Zealand Cruise Association. READ MORE >>

National Road Carriers thanks NZ’s certifying engineers

National Road Carriers Association has offered up a huge vote of thanks to the country’s heavy vehicle specialist certifying engineers who make an outstanding contribution to the industry to keep NZ trucks and trailers safe on the road. READ MORE >>

$3.5 million safety boost for key South Island freight route

A high-risk stretch of state highway in North Canterbury has had a $3.5 million safety boost, with new rumble strips, safety barriers, signage and bridge barrier upgrades now in place. READ MORE >>

Customs processes and risk assesses a record 14.46 million international passengers

NZ Customs processed and risk assessed a record 14.46 million international passengers in the year to 30 June 2019 – an increase of 3.5% compared to the previous 12 months. READ MORE >>

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