Napier Port is a major port that services the Hawke’s Bay region and plays an important role in the New Zealand economy. If you want to invest in Napier Port Holdings Limited, keep reading to find out how to buy NPH shares on the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZX).
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Established nearly 150 years ago, Napier Port is an important gateway for passengers and cargo. Now the fourth largest port in New Zealand by container volume, it offers container, bulk cargo and cruise vessel services.
Key statistics for Napier Port in the 2020 financial year included:
Napier Port Holdings Limited is publicly listed on the NZX and has more than 280 full-time employees. 55% of shares in the company are held by the Hawke’s Bay Regional Investment Company Limited.
Napier Port Holdings Limited’s 2020 annual report announced financial results for the port’s first year operating as a listed entity. The company reported the following key results for a year that was heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic:
|Name||Napier Port Holdings Limited||Industry||Port Services|
|Type||Ordinary shares||Date listed on NZX||20 Aug 2019|
|End of financial year||September||Chief executive officer||Todd Dawson|
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