Annual Tariff Schedule Review
Effective 01 October 2023
Napier Port is changing some of the fees for the services we offer and holding some at current levels, effective from 01 October 2023.
We have conducted our annual tariff review and can confirm that the majority of items on the tariff schedule will increase by 9.2% effective from 01 October 2023.
From 01 October 2023, the updated Napier Port tariff schedule, along with our terms and conditions, can be found on our website here. You can view and download the new tariff schedule here (note: wording updated on 5 October).
The new rates apply to tariff only. If your company has a current contract or service level agreement with Napier Port your contracted rates will prevail, except in instances whereby your contract directs to public tariff for pricing.
While we continue to maintain and invest in critical infrastructure to ensure delivery of your cargo, for our next financial year, we have decided to keep the infrastructure levy at the current levels.
Fuel Adjustment Factor (FAF)
The fuel adjustment factor (FAF) will continue to be calculated on a monthly basis, and thus is not affected by the annual tariff review.
Insurance Adjustment Factor (IAF)
As advised in July, due to significant increases in Napier Port’s insurance we have increased the IAF on our public tariff schedule, effective 01 October 2023.
Vehicle Booking System (VBS)
The vehicle booking system (VBS) tariff will increase from $15 to $20 per container, effective 01 October 2023.
To ensure we can offer marine services on statutory holidays, we have reviewed this tariff to reflect the requirements and costs to berth arriving and departing vessels.
All charges are outlined in our Tariff Schedule, available through the link above.
If you have any questions or need further information, please contact our Commercial team via email: email@example.com or directly:
Dominic Sutherland – Acting General Manager Commercial 021 026 82324
Henri Purvis – Business Development Manager 027 406 3601
We appreciate your support, and look forward to continuing to deliver for your business and our region.
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