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System Maintenance for our online services is currently scheduled for Tues 28 May from 2300 hours to Wed 29 May 0400 hours.  Online services, Terminal system & Truck KIOSKs as well as City Depot & Midland Port systems will be unavailable during this short outage.  Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

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LPC’s latest news.

To see all of LPC’s media releases and publications please click here.

 

Queen’s Birthday Weekend Hours at LPC

22 May 2019 This notice outlines the hours of operation for LPC Port services on Queen’s Birthday, 3 June 2019. If Read more

LPC Key to Kathmandu Supply Chain

13 May 2019 Since 1987 Kathmandu has been engineering outdoor gear for adventurers all over the world, and Lyttelton Port Company plays a vital role in ensuring the gear kiwis love gets to their doorstep. Read more

Antarctic Season Success

13 May 2019 More than 100 years on, Lyttelton Port remains a logistics hub connecting Antarctic explorers from across the world to the wonders of the Ross Sea. Read more

LPC Update May 2019

08 May 2019 Check out the latest edition of the LPC Update. In this issue we talk to Marine Mammal Observer Maryjane Waru, learn more about acoustic monitoring of dolphins, and share the latest port and development updates. Click on the image below to read more: Read more

Public delivery location for hardfill material to change

08 May 2019 The location for the general public to deliver hardfill to Lyttelton Port is changing. Read more

Coal Road Closure and New Turning Circle

03 May 2019 From Monday, May 6 2019 there will be changes made to the current access road to the Coal Terminal and the current turning circle for all vehicles will be removed. Read more

Cruise Berth putting Lyttelton on the map

02 May 2019 New Zealand’s first ever custom-built cruise ship facility is now officially set to be opened by the Lyttelton Port Company in November 2020. Read more

Lyttelton Port Company Chief Executive to Retire

29 April 2019 Lyttelton Port Company Chief Executive Peter Davie has today announced he will be retiring at the end of 2019. Read more
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