Please be aware that there was a fire incident on a ship at Napier Port’s 4 Wharf earlier today. Fire service command are on port managing the situation, with the fire currently under control. Please view the customer advisory for an operational update.
We are all set for our next major 6 Wharf project milestone next week – the very first deck concrete pour. Scheduled to take place on Monday 21 December, this deck pour represents the next important step in the wharf construction timeline.
In preparation for the upcoming peak produce season at Napier Port, we wanted to provide a further reminder about our new operational restrictions. As noted previously and in effect since 1 September 2020, Napier Port is no longer able to work the bay directly behind the bridge of container vessels.
Napier Port R&D will be closed on weekends and public holidays between 19 December 2020 and 10 January 2021. Please view the customer advisory for further details.
Napier Port benefits from resilient regional cargo flows.
Effective from Friday 6 November, Napier Port is implementing additional protocols to protect our maritime border and manage the potential risks associated with COVID-19.
Napier Port has released a media statement providing an update on the Ken Rei vessel currently anchored offshore from Napier.
Please be aware that due to the upcoming Hawke’s Bay Anniversary Day and Labour Day public holidays, our Container Terminal and Thames Street I and II Depots will be closed for R&D from Friday 23 October through to Monday 26 October.
Napier Port Holdings Limited (NZX.NPH) advises that the company’s 2020 Annual Shareholders Meeting will be held at 10.30am on Friday 18 December at the Napier Conference Centre, 48 Marine Parade, Napier.