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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.
** LCT Notice: relocation of entry and exit points to reclamation from 28 July 2014
** Media Release: Lyttelton Port of Christchurch release 30 year vision
** Media Release: LPC increase berth capacity 11 June 14
** Media release: New crane arrives at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch 21 May 14
** Customer Notice: Insurance settlement boosts LPC's reported profit
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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 5.35 hectares.
At a time when the Port has limited paved and hardstand areas, the site is now providing valuable storage space for the new Empty Container Yard..
For more information, as well as environmental testing reports, the AEE, consents and management plans visit
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LPC Programme Update 30 May 14
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