Please note that the Container Terminal and Thames I & II Depots will be closed for R&D on Monday 1 June 2020 due to the Queen’s Birthday public holiday. Vessel operations are unaffected by this closure.
As we commence Alert Level 2 this week, Napier Port is making further adjustments to shift our operations back towards a new normal.
As we move into alert level 3 from Tuesday 28 April, Napier Port is making adjustments to our operations and operational resources in order to ensure we keep cargo flowing through the port.
Our revised hours of operation will help our customers work more efficiently during the lockdown period, and also allow our people to continue to operate safely and in line with the Ministry of Health guidelines.
As an essential lifeline service, Napier Port is continuing to adapt and adjust our business continuity plans in order to ensure we keep cargo moving. We have made an operational change to how we work vessel berth windows, and also confirmed our Easter and ANZAC day hours of operation.
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 (NZX.NPH) announces it is withdrawing its earnings guidance for the year to 30 September 2020.