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Broad South Island reach for new Timaru fuel terminal

Gavin Evans
Thu, 29 Aug 2019

By Gavin Evans Aug. 30 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand’s newest fuel importer believes the terminal it is building in Timaru will be able to supply customers across most of the South Island. Timaru Oil Services expects to have the four-tank, 32 million litre facility operational in July next year. Two six million litre tanks will be added later. The firm, owned by French-Pacific interests, told the Commerce Commission the facility at PrimePort Timaru will be able to serve the industry as far south as Bluff and Queenstown and north to Kaik...

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