Two executives with extensive governance experience have joined the Port Taranaki Board of Directors.
Port Taranaki’s oldest tug, Kupe, is headed for a new life in the sun.
While their name won’t be on the trophy, Hospice Taranaki were the real winners of Port Taranaki’s recent Harry Blyde golf tournament.
A vessel that suffered a mechanical fault while at sea, has arrived at Port Taranaki under tow and will remain in port while repairs are carried out.
Port Taranaki and Venture Taranaki are looking forward to welcoming international tourists back to the region’s shores with confirmation that the maritime border will open to the cruise industry at…
Cement is at the foundation of New Zealand’s housing and infrastructure boom, and the two companies supplying much of the country are experiencing a surge in trade, including from their…
It is perhaps ironic that the tides, waves and wind that the Port Taranaki wave tower had been put in place to monitor, were the very things that brought about…
Port Taranaki’s ‘green arches’ have come down, rounding out a period of extensive property work that has helped shape the port into a more flexible and adaptable facility for customers.
Jeremy Vickers has gone from a 'teenage boy thinking tugs are pretty cool", to now being in charge of the entire Port Taranaki fleet.
Tri Taranaki Festival event director Shanelle Barrett is singing the praises of Taranaki and says the great local support, competitive course and happy athletes mean they’re here to stay.
Port Taranaki is again playing a key role in support of the decommissioning of the Tui oil field, with phase two of the project now under way.
Port Taranaki is playing a key role in helping ease the congested international supply chain for three of New Zealand’s major exporters with the arrival of new visitor Cool Expreso…
For more than four decades, Grant Squire has played a leading role in keeping Port Taranaki’s fleet of tugs and launches ship-shape and on the water.
Erana Hoskin is attacking her new role at Port Taranaki the same way she’s tackling a life-changing health condition – with an open mind and a willingness to learn.
It’s hoped the contents of a shipping container on Port Taranaki’s waterfront will help change the lives of some of the region’s vulnerable people.
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