An exercise to test Napier Port’s security procedures has ended.
Napier Port is currently carrying out a security exercise. These exercises are required under the Maritime Security Act 2004.
Napier Port now plans to lodge its resource consent applications for the proposed wharf development and phased dredging project in the first half of 2017, so it can do further work to confirm the best locations for disposal of dredged material.
Local businesses and tour operators can look forward to a boost over the coming months, courtesy of a strong cruise season for 2016/2017.
The future of the Napier to Wairoa rail line is back on track, following a commercial agreement between KiwiRail and Napier Port.
Napier Port and its neighbours have negotiated a break-through in their long-running bid to address noise issues, agreeing on a fresh approach involving acoustic treatment for some homes.
Napier Port is asking Hawke’s Bay people what they think of a proposal to construct another wharf and to deepen and extend the existing shipping channel.
A collaborative project by Napier Port and I-Net has set a new industry standard for incident and near miss reporting.
Chief executives of New Zealand’s port companies, councils and Maritime New Zealand have committed to a revised, national port and harbour marine code to make shipping in commercial harbours safer.
Ports of Auckland Limited and Napier Port today announced a strategic alliance which will provide operational, economic, sustainability and community benefits.