Operating the terminal at Sulphur Point prior to 2004, NZL exercised its rights by submitting a re-establishment plan, which included a six-step timetable for implementation. The terminal is expected to be operational by early next year.
Commenting that the terminal would provide competitive options for shipping companies and shippers, Ken Harris, NZL director said, “Tauranga’s reputation has been built by the hard work and efficiency of competing companies and the re-establishment of the NZL terminal will be good for all.”
“NZL believes that competition creates the best result for the community and exporters in particular. With this in mind, NZL is gearing up to deliver a competitive cost effective service designed to assist shippers and shipping companies during these tough economic times,” he said.
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