Napier Port

Napier Port is the gateway that connects central New Zealand with the people and markets of the world. It welcomes more than 600 ships every year, bringing more than 100,000 visitors to our beautiful region, importing the products that keep Hawke’s Bay running, and exporting our premium goods across the globe. Napier Port is a dynamic operation that employs around 250 people, in careers that range from driving cranes to driving tech and innovation. With better people on their team, Napier Port finds better answers for their customers’ challenges.

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NAPIER PORT AUGMENTING BOX LIFTING EQUIPMENT

transportjournal | June 28, 2017

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Napier Port in New Zealand has ordered a range of new equipment, including two Konecranes reachstackers, two Konecranes empty and two full container handlers. Another two full container handlers recently went into operation at the terminal.As the new reachstackers will handle containers on both the ship and rail side, Napier Port deliberately opted for this type of equipment as they are able to lift 41 t in a second row of boxes. Warren Young, the port’s container operations manager, expla...

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VISIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ACQUIRES FELLOW LOGISTICS PROVIDER

Visible Supply Chain Management | January 14, 2020

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Salt Lake City-based Visible Supply Chain Management, a provider of shipping and fulfillment services for small- to mid-sized businesses, announced December 19 that it acquired Kansas Continental Express (KCX). Based in Emporia, Kansas, KCX is a provider of shipping logistics and freight transportation throughout North America. It will join Visible’s family of companies and will be known by the parent company name. “Most important to Visible is our customers’ continued success,...

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VIA AND SACRT LAUNCH ON-DEMAND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN SACRAMENTO

SacRT | January 13, 2020

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Uber and Lyft are about to get some competition from an on-demand public transit system in Sacramento, California. Via has teamed up with the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) to create what they call the largest “microtransit system” in America. That’s heartening to hear for me, as I grew up in Sacramento and used to ride buses all over town in my youth. It means that the public will be able to hail rides from apps and the city’s public transportation departme...

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SUSTAINABLE OCEAN FREIGHT GAINS MOMENTUM AS KUEHNE + NAGEL, 7 OTHERS FORGO ARCTIC SHIPPING

Supply Chain Dive | January 14, 2020

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Eight companies signed the Ocean Conservancy's Arctic Shipping Pledge last week, promising to forgo shipping goods via the Northern Sea Route (NSR) out of concern for the environment. The new signatories are Allbirds, Artizia, Bureo, Hudson Shipping Lines, International Direct Packaging, Kuehne + Nagel, Puma and Ralph Lauren. They join ocean carriers including CMA CGM, Evergreen, Hapag-Lloyd and MSC; and retailers including Asos, H&M and Nike that signed on shortly after the pledge launc...

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NAPIER PORT AUGMENTING BOX LIFTING EQUIPMENT

transportjournal | June 28, 2017

Napier Port in New Zealand has ordered a range of new equipment, including two Konecranes reachstackers, two Konecranes empty and two full container handlers. Another two full container handlers recently went into operation at the terminal.As the new reachstackers will handle containers on both the ship and rail side, Napier Port deliberately opted for this type of equipment as they are able to lift 41 t in a second row of boxes. Warren Young, the port’s container operations manager, expla...

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VISIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ACQUIRES FELLOW LOGISTICS PROVIDER

Visible Supply Chain Management | January 14, 2020

Salt Lake City-based Visible Supply Chain Management, a provider of shipping and fulfillment services for small- to mid-sized businesses, announced December 19 that it acquired Kansas Continental Express (KCX). Based in Emporia, Kansas, KCX is a provider of shipping logistics and freight transportation throughout North America. It will join Visible’s family of companies and will be known by the parent company name. “Most important to Visible is our customers’ continued success,...

Read More
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VIA AND SACRT LAUNCH ON-DEMAND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN SACRAMENTO

SacRT | January 13, 2020

Uber and Lyft are about to get some competition from an on-demand public transit system in Sacramento, California. Via has teamed up with the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) to create what they call the largest “microtransit system” in America. That’s heartening to hear for me, as I grew up in Sacramento and used to ride buses all over town in my youth. It means that the public will be able to hail rides from apps and the city’s public transportation departme...

Read More
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SUSTAINABLE OCEAN FREIGHT GAINS MOMENTUM AS KUEHNE + NAGEL, 7 OTHERS FORGO ARCTIC SHIPPING

Supply Chain Dive | January 14, 2020

Eight companies signed the Ocean Conservancy's Arctic Shipping Pledge last week, promising to forgo shipping goods via the Northern Sea Route (NSR) out of concern for the environment. The new signatories are Allbirds, Artizia, Bureo, Hudson Shipping Lines, International Direct Packaging, Kuehne + Nagel, Puma and Ralph Lauren. They join ocean carriers including CMA CGM, Evergreen, Hapag-Lloyd and MSC; and retailers including Asos, H&M and Nike that signed on shortly after the pledge launc...

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