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.
Working on New Zealand’s unforgiving west coast, changing weather and sea conditions can have a big impact on Port Taranaki operations.
A record year of log exports has helped offset the impact of reduced bulk liquids trade for Port Taranaki, with the company reporting a strong 2020-21 full-year financial result.
Experienced company executive and director Simon Craddock has been appointed chief executive of Port Taranaki Limited.
Port Taranaki has renewed its support of North Taranaki’s foodbanks, continuing a partnership that is helping individuals and families in need.
Port Taranaki is a busy place, with thousands of people from many companies entering the operations area to work each week.
Just like the bulk liquids and logs that come to port, the honours have been flowing for Port Taranaki customers and associates at recent industry awards.
Port Taranaki’s shipping channels have been cleared of a build-up of sand and sediment driven into the harbour by the currents and wave action that hit the main breakwater.
These days he might have his feet firmly planted on terra firma, but Amit Chitnis finds plenty of parallels between his new role at Port Taranaki and his old life…
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Port Taranaki’s growing log trade has hit a new high, with 1 million JAS of logs exported from the port in the current financial year.
Taranaki’s challenging west coast sea conditions has led to the postponement of the HMNZS Aotearoa public open day until Monday. “We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Port Taranaki will continue to provide facilities and services to exporters of live cattle during the trade’s phase out period.
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