Napier Port has put in place a number of measures to provide further clarity for our customers as we are all working through the impacts of the lockdown period.
Following the Government’s announcement that it is moving its Covid-19 Alert to Level 4, Napier Port is postponing the construction of 6 Wharf until further notice.
As we combat the COVID-19 outbreak, the move to Alert Level 4 will see some temporary changes to Port Pass services at Napier Port.
Following the Government’s announcement that it is moving its COVID-19 Alert to Level 4, Napier Port (NZX.NPH) announces it is withdrawing its earnings guidance for the year to 30 September 2020.
Napier Port is asking anyone who came within one metre of a Ruby Princess passenger for more than 15 minutes to call Healthline.
As an essential lifeline service, Napier Port will continue to operate under Alert Levels 3 and 4, ensuring Hawke’s Bay remains connected to the global supply chain.
Napier Port is very pleased to advise that we will be opening our Thames Street II Depot on Monday 23 March 2020 for all Inward Empty Containers.
With the COVID-19 situation escalating rapidly, we want to ensure you that Napier Port is taking the potential impacts seriously and we are implementing significant business continuity plans accordingly.