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  • Kamov Helicopter Makes Spectacular Landing at CentrePort

    Following an eventful journey up the South Island from Dunedin, including a couple of unscheduled stops due to adverse weather, the Russian built Kamov Helicopter KA32 - HL9470 arrived at CentrePort on Monday 18 April and landed spectacularly in 40 knot g...
  • Cruise Capital Shoots for Gold

    CentrePort’s Chief Executive Blair O’Keeffe and Positively Wellington Tourism’s Chief Executive David Perks say there are delighted that, through working collaboratively, their organisations are joint finalists in this year’s Wellington Business G...
  • Cruise Friendly Destination Hits Record

    When the Pacific Pearl sails out of the harbour on April 5 she will set the seal on a record cruise ship season for CentrePort.  ...
  • And then there were two

    Wellingtonians are about to notice a change in the port’s ‘skyline’ next month. ...
  • CentrePort Offers Monthly Port Tours

    CentrePort Wellington announces monthly coach tours of the port commencing Friday 25 March 2011. ...
  • CentrePort's Mid Year Results Up

    CentrePort Chairman Warren Larsen announced today that the business was performing satisfactorily at the mid point in the year, with profits for the group up 16% on the same time last year.   ...
  • CentrePort Opens the Gates

    CentrePort Wellington is ‘opening the gates’ to Wellingtonians on Saturday 19 February for the CentrePort Open Day.  ...
  • CentrePort Contribution Close to $2 Billion

    An economic impact study by consulting group BERL shows CentrePort’s port and transport activity generates around $1 billion of GDP in the lower North Island, both directly and through the flow-on effects of its operations. ...
  • CentrePort Lifts Profit Performance

    Despite “difficult” economic conditions through the 2009/10 year, CentrePort  lifted underlying profit before tax to $13.7million– up  20% on the previous year.  ...
  • CentrePort “Committed” To Container Trade

    Chief Executive Blair O'Keeffe said today, "CentrePort is actively investigating a variety of transport and storage plays including inland hubbing options in the lower North Island. ...
  • CentrePort Prepares For Growth

    CentrePort announced today one of a series of initiatives, aimed at funding the growth of its transport and property businesses. ...
  • Car Imports Showing Optimism

    CentrePort CEO Blair O’Keeffe says, “It is still early days in the economic recovery but as a window to the economy through our diverse portfolio we are starting to see encouraging signs of economic improvement.” ...
  • Cruise Ship Business Buoyant

    CentrePort’s cruise ship business is on the up and up. The 2009/2010 season finished in early April and already there are indications that next season, which starts in October, will see a record number of 60 cruise ship calls at Wellington. Even higher ...
  • Record Metal Recycling Shipment

    An 18,500-tonne shipment of recycled steel, being loaded at CentrePort this week, will be the largest-ever scrap metal shipment to leave Wellington. ...
  • Transport Corridor Decision Will Boost CentrePort

    CentrePort is pleased with the Wellington Northern Corridor proposals and is well placed to take advantage of them, the company's CEO Blair O'Keeffe said today. ...
  • Signal Tower Moves Again

    A building which has "migrated" northwards along the Wellington waterfront, only slightly faster than the pace of Continental Drift, is now situated at the junction of Waterloo and Aotea Quays. ...
  • CentrePort Annual Report

    CentrePort today announced an underlying profit before tax of $11.4m for the year ended June 2009. The result mirrors the performance of the previous year. ...
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