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Longshoreman fatally injured at Ports of Auckland

A worker at the Ports of Auckland was killed in a shipping container incident in the early hours of Sunday, local media reported. The stevedore was working onboard a ship at Fergusson Container Terminal when he was fatally injured at about 2am.

NZ Ministry of Transport argues on Ackland’s freight move

The New Zealand Ministry of Transport along with UNISCS recently published the “Final Report of the Upper North Island Supply Chain Strategy Working Group” exploring the options of Auckland’s move, while arguing that the plan to move its operations to Northport is no longer environmentally and economically feasible.

Crane at Auckland Port falls into the sea

A crane toppled off a wharf in Auckland’s Seaview Wharf, on October 2, with the driver of the crane, being inside the crane. Luckily the driver was not injured, while local authorities have launched and investigation to determine the causes of the incident.

Watch: Ports of Auckland buys world’s first electric tug

New Zealand’s Ports of Auckland announced the signing of a contract with Dutch company Damen Shipyards to buy the world’s first full-size, fully electric port tug. This comes in line with the port’s commitment to be zero emission by 2040, as previously announced. 

Watch: Ports of Auckland sets out automation plan

The Ports of Auckland informed that it plans to launch a staged automation process, beginning with its Northern Berth which is due to start in February 2020. The port aspires to complete the infrastructure work, which is needed to apply automation, during 2019.

Ports of Auckland plans New Zealand’s first hydrogen facility to cut emissions

In a first for Auckland, Ports of Auckland revealed plans to build a hydrogen production and refueling facility at its Waitematā port. Under the project, the company along with its project partners will invest in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles including port equipment, buses and cars. The project is part of the Ports’ ambitious target to be a zero emission port by 2040.

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