Port of Tauranga is the natural gateway to and from international markets for many of New Zealand’s businesses.
Port of Tauranga is New Zealand’s Port for the Future, offering a range of shipping solutions that include and transcend the boundaries of its historic base in the Bay of Plenty.
The Port of Tauranga Group includes:
|Northport||A deep water port at Marsden Point near Whangarei|
|MetroPort Auckland||New Zealand’s first integrated port operation located in the heart of Auckland’s industrial and commercial area and connected by rail to Hamilton and Tauranga|
|MetroPort Christchurch||A 15 hectare intermodal freight hub in Rolleston, 12 kilometres south of Christchurch to enable the receival, packing and distribution of containerised cargo. MetroPort Christchurch is linked by rail to Timaru Container Terminal, operated by Port of Tauranga.|
|PrimePort Timaru and Timaru Container Terminal||A 50% shareholding in PrimePort Timaru and lease of the Timaru Container Terminal|
|Coda Group||A joint venture with Kotahi. Coad is a freight logistics group incorporating Tapper Transport, Dairy Transport Logistics and Metro Pack. It also holds a 50% shareholding in MetroBox. Coda operates New Zealand’s largest intermodal freight hub at Otahuhu in Auckland and a freight hub at Crawford Street, Hamilton.|
|Port Connect||An online cargo management system (50% owned with Ports of Auckland).|