The Port of Tauranga is New Zealand’s largest port and a crucial gateway for the nation’s imports and exports. Shares in Port of Tauranga Limited are listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZX) — keep reading for instructions on how to buy them.
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Port of Tauranga Limited runs the Port of Tauranga, the largest port in New Zealand. Located in the Bay of Plenty region, the port handles 32% of the country’s cargo, 37% of exports and 41% of all shipping containers.
The port boasts 2,055m of linear berth face with 22 bunker points, as well as cargo sheds and a coldstore with a 20,000-tonne capacity. Other facilities include a tanker berth and the Tauranga Container Terminal.
Port of Tauranga Limited was listed in May of 1992 and in recent years has expanded its operations throughout New Zealand. New ventures have included establishing the MetroPort Auckland integrated inland port operation, the development of the MetroPort Christchurch intermodal freight hub, and joining forces with Northland Port Corporation to develop a deep-water port at Marsden Point.
In its 2020 annual report, Port of Tauranga Limited announced the following key results:
|Name||Port of Tauranga Limited||Industry||Port & Logistics Operators|
|Type||Ordinary shares||Date listed on NZX||05 May 1992|
|End of financial year||June||Chief executive officer||Mark Cairns|
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