Holiday Season Hours of Operation – Container Terminal R&D and Thames St I & II Depots
We know our customers are looking ahead to arrangements over the Christmas and New Year’s period. So we want to make sure you have Napier Port’s hours of operation – Container Terminal R&D and Thames Street I & II Depots – to help you with logistics and planning.
Please find our holiday season hours of operation set out below.
|DAY||DATE||CONTAINER TERMINAL R&D||THAMES ST I & II DEPOTS|
|Monday||19-Dec-22||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
|Tuesday||20-Dec-22||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
|Wednesday||21-Dec-22||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
|Thursday||22-Dec-22||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
|Friday||23-Dec-22||0700 – 1430||0700 – 1430|
|Wednesday||28-Dec-22||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
|Thursday||29-Dec-22||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
|Friday||30-Dec-22||0700 – 1430||0700 – 1430|
|Wednesday||4-Jan-23||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
|Thursday||5-Jan-23||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
|Friday||6-Jan-23||0700 – 1730*||0700 – 1730|
*Late process – zones 18 to 19
Please note: There will be no late process on Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve
On the days marked with an astrisk, Napier Port will offer a late process of import and export containers, provided that the following conditions are met:
- The export container has been pre-advised through the Propel Export Pre-Advice Portal or business-to-business EDI messaging by 5:00pm
- The import container to be collected is a specific nominated container and not a hazardous or out of gauge container (no block stack containers)
- The container has a Propel VBS booking, with a truck registration included in Propel by 5:00pm.
- The truck enters through Port Security at the Eastern Gate (Marine Parade end) from 5:40pm onwards.
There is no late process for empty returns.
If you have any questions about our holiday season hours of operation, please contact me on email@example.com.
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