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Shippers’ Council opposes port insurance levy mechanism

Monday, 2 October 2017, 12:29 pm | New Zealand Shippers Council

The New Zealand Shippers’ Council is concerned that the recent announcement by Port Napier that it will impose an insurance levy charge on transport operators is the ‘thin end of the wedge’ for the country’s exporters and importers. The ... More >>

Shippers’ Council congratulates Government on TPP outcome

Tuesday, 6 October 2015, 4:12 pm | New Zealand Shippers Council

6 October 2015 The Chairman of the New Zealand Shippers’ Council today congratulated Trade Minister Tim Groser and his negotiating team for achieving an outcome to the TPP negotiation in Atlanta. “This outcome is substantially positive for New Zealand ... More >>

All Strength to Groser’s Arm

Tuesday, 29 September 2015, 11:50 am | New Zealand Shippers Council

All Strength to Groser’s Arm 29 September 2015 The Shippers’ Council today welcomed media accounts suggesting increased flexibility from key players on dairy and other issues that caused the TPP negotiations to stall at Maui. The United States has called ... More >>

Position on Auckland Ports planned reclamation works

Friday, 27 March 2015, 5:31 pm | New Zealand Shippers Council

The Council has over the last few weeks observed with some dismay the public debate that has been taking place regarding the Port of Auckland's proposed extension to it's Bledisloe Wharf facility. More >>

Shipping Investment a Positive First Step

Monday, 30 June 2014, 4:48 pm | New Zealand Shippers Council

The New Zealand Shippers’ Council (NZSC) welcomes last week’s announcement by Kotahi and the Port of Tauranga that will allow the Port to commence a long-term investment programme to enable it to receive bigger ships. More >>

Shape up or ship out warns biggest exporters

Wednesday, 25 August 2010, 3:16 pm | New Zealand Shippers Council

A new report warns New Zealand will seriously damage its trade performance if it fails to welcome bigger ships to its shores sooner rather than later. More >>