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The largest Port in the South Island of
New Zealand. We are the gateway for the
goods that keep our region moving

Key Facilities

From the Container Terminal to the Dry Dock, and inland to CityDepot and MidlandPort, LPC offers a wide range of facilities and services

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Environment

The environmental management of Port operations and our developments is a key focus

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Workplace Culture at LPC
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Community

We value our relationship with the community and are proud to support numerous local partnerships and sponsorship programmes

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Weather

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22

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WSW 8kts
Gust 10kts
Rainfall
0.00mm
Humidity
49.1%
Air Pressure
999.6hPa
Tide
1.434m Rising
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Tracking

Container Tracking

Find out the real time status of your container.
Enter your tracking number, one per line

CityDepot Pick-Up

Enter your Export Release Number to check if you can pick up your empty container from City Depot (one ERN at a time)

CityDepot Drop-Off

Enter your empty Container Number to check if you can drop it back to City Depot (one Container number at a time)

Vessel Schedule

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News

Customer Focus: Beer on board – Lion New Zealand

18 February 2021
Speights, Steinlager and Corona – these iconic beer brands synonymous with kiwi BBQs and after-work drinks are all shipped through Lyttelton Port before they hit the South Island’s shelves.  Lion is New Zealand’s largest alcohol beverage company, who produce, market, sell and distribute…

Interview: Our People: Eamon O’Toole – Skilled

18 February 2021

Development: From constraints to capacity: Te Awaparahi Bay

18 February 2021

Community: Path connecting Lyttelton to Te Ana Marina has

22 January 2021

Community: Project Lyttelton Community Garden

18 January 2021

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