Port of Tauranga is New Zealand’s largest, fastest-growing and most efficient port.
It is an international freight gateway for the country’s imports and exports, and the only New Zealand port able to accommodate the largest container vessels to visit here. Port of Tauranga handles a third of all New Zealand cargo, nearly 40% of New Zealand exports and nearly half of all shipping containers.
The Port provides customers with highly effective supply chains through investment in regional feeder ports, inland freight hubs, cargo handling expertise and logistics services.
The Port’s facilities in Tauranga include the country’s largest and fastest-growing container terminal, extensive bulk cargo wharves and storage facilities, and bunker berths.
Port of Tauranga is well-served by state highways and is connected by rail connections to Hamilton, Auckland and the central North Island.
Port of Tauranga has the people, expertise and equipment required to deliver excellent service to customers, sustainable benefits to the community and strong financial returns to shareholders.
The company’s presence in the Bay of Plenty provides an economic anchor for the local economy, creating jobs and wealth for the Tauranga community, the broader region and beyond.
While maintaining its core business at Tauranga, the company has expanded into new ventures that have reshaped the traditions of service delivery in New Zealand’s port sector.
Read more about the companies in the Port of Tauranga Group here.