FTD Geared Up

Coastal Pacific train service to return from December

KiwiRail’s iconic Coastal Pacific scenic journey will roll again between Picton and Christchurch from 1 December this year, two years after the service was put on hold because of the devastating Kaikoura earthquake. READ MORE >>

Rajax putting his paws up after six years

Customs detector dog Rajax is hanging up his harness and heading into a well-earned retirement after nearly six years on the job, during which he detected 75 kg of drugs and over $3.3 million in undeclared cash. READ MORE >>

EVRoam launched – safe, reliable information for EV charging

EVRoam, a real-time database of public charging infrastructure launched by Associate Minister of Transport Julie Anne Genter in mid-July, provides one view of a safe, reliable and interoperable public charging network for electric vehicles (EVs) in New Zealand. READ MORE >>

First look at the Manawatu Gorge replacement route

The NZ Transport Agency has released a computer-generated look at the indicative route for the new State Highway 3 replacement for the Manawatu Gorge. READ MORE >>

Greenfield logistics site in East Tamaki to be developed

Amidst persistent and critically low industrial space availability in south Auckland, an opportunity for logistics and freight companies to design and build a facility has emerged at 27 Smales Road in East Tamaki. READ MORE >>

Rio Tinto achieves first delivery of iron ore with world’s largest robot

Rio Tinto, one of the world’s largest metals and mining corporations, has achieved a significant milestone with the first delivery of iron ore by an autonomous train in the Pilbara, Western Australia. READ MORE >>

LOGOS expands into New Zealand

LOGOS has announced it is expanding its Asia Pacific business into New Zealand with the acquisition of a property in Auckland from Fletcher Concrete and Infrastructure. READ MORE >>

DHL Express unveils new freighter aircraft for trans-Tasman service

DHL Express, one of the world’s leading international express freight providers, has announced that it will utilise a Boeing 767-300F (Boeing 767) freighter aircraft which has 50% more cargo capacity for its trans-Tasman lane. READ MORE >>

Whangarei leading the charge in the EV world

Whangarei, winner of the award for the most EV-friendly town in New Zealand at the recent EVworld NZ Champions Awards, has a big advantage over other regions. READ MORE >>
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