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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.
** Media Release: LPC present reinstatement and development vision
** NZX Release: Annual Result 29 August 2013
** Media Release: LPC unveil four new straddles - 21 August 2013
** Advisory Notice: Oil Berth Safety Standards
** Advisory Notice: Scrap Vessel at LPC 21 June 2013
** Advisory Notice: LPC Assists with Fireworks Training on 19, 20 and 21 June 2013
** Customer Notice: Road Closure for Festival Fireworks - Now Rescheduled for Friday 28 June 2013
** NZX Release: LPC Announces Further Investment at Container Terminal
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Te Awaparahi Bay Reclamation
Work on the reclamation at Te Awaparahi Bay, in the eastern area of the Port has progressed well with the reclaimed area now approximately 4.0 hectares.
At a time when the Port is squeezed for paved and hardstand areas, the reclamation is already providing valuable storage space for imported vehicles. The new land will need time to settle before it can be used for containers.
For more information, as well as environmental testing reports, the AEE, consents and management plans visit
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LPC Annual Report 2013
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