Update for Port Users: Central log unchaining area open to all trucks
From Monday 7 November, our central log unchaining area will be open and used by all trucks delivering logs to the main log yard at Napier Port. This is the next step in our ongoing log unchaining and road layout improvements project and part of our commitment to keep everyone safe while working on port.
Central log unchaining bays
The central log unchaining bays have previously only been used by C3 trucks. And so from Monday 7 November, we will be allowing ISO trucks to use these bays as well.
The trucks will follow the path as marked by the yellow arrow in the image below and turn into the unchaining bays area (in red).
Trucks delivering to P Area will continue to the use the unchaining bays located in that log operation.
Important note: All truck drivers unchaining at the central area please make sure to pull forward as far as possible as some of the bays can fit two or three trucks in them, as pictured below.
All port users, please be aware of an increase in traffic to the central log unchaining area and drive appropriately.
Thank you again for your support as we implement the above changes and continue the important work of making the port safer for everyone.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me on email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 06 833 4404.
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