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The Port is the major trade gateway to the South Island. Every day we load and unload the goods that keep Canterbury moving.


** Customer Notice: ECY Office Relocation 11 March 2014 more...

** Customer Notice: Easter weekend and ANZAC day hours 2014 more...

** Customer Notice: Hight winds forecast at LCT 4 March 2014 - Possible delays more...

** Customer Notice: Insurance settlement boosts LPC's reported profit more...

** Customer Notice: Christmas and New Year hours at LPC  .

** Customer Notice: Te Awaparahi Bay Reclamation Christmas and New Year Hours  more...

** Media Release: LPC present reinstatement and development vision  more...

** NZX Release: Annual Result 29 August 2013  more...

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Te Awaparahi Bay Reclamation
Work on the reclamation at Te Awaparahi Bay, at the eastern area of the Port, is progressing well. The reclaimed area is now over 4.9 hectares.

At a time when the Port has limited paved and hardstand areas, the site is now providing valuable storage space for cars, general cargo and empty containers.

For more information, as well as environmental testing reports, the AEE, consents and management plans visit Community Relations / Major Projects



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