Hours of Operation: Peak Season 2022
As we move into the peak season for produce exports, Napier Port will be extending opening hours at our Western Gate and Thames Street I and II Depots from Monday 28 February 2022 to Friday 3 June 2022.
Note: If we are still in the red traffic light setting we will continue with the current 0730 hrs opening and brief shift closing between 1445 and 1530 hrs so that we can avoid team cross-over and clean equipment prior to shift change.
Our seasonal hours of operations during the red traffic light setting will be as below:
Hours of operation: 28 February 2022 – 3 June 2022
Please note that Saturday opening at the Western Gate and Thames St Depots I and II starts from this Saturday 5 February. We have extended our closing time to 1230 hrs due to the later opening time of 0730 hrs.
|Monday – Friday||Full service||0730 – 1830 (closed between 1445 and 1530)||0730 – 1830 (closed between 1445 and 1530)|
|Late process||1840 – 2100||N/A|
|Saturday||Full service*||0730 – 1230||0730 – 1230|
*Please note: The Container Terminal and Thames Street I and II Depots will close on Saturdays from 9 July 2022.
Late process: Zone 19 and 20
Napier Port will offer a late process of containers Monday to Friday for import and export provided that the following conditions are met:
- The export container has been pre-advised through the Community Access Portal or business-to-business EDI messaging by 1800
- 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 VBS by 1800.
- The truck enters through Port Security at the Eastern Gate (Marine Parade end) from 1840 onwards. All container trucks must be in by 2100.
There is no late process for empty returns.
If you have any questions, please contact Napier Port’s Western Gate Team – WestG@napierport.co.nz.
Container Terminal Manager
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