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Northport predicts 400 jobs from shipyard development

Gavin Evans
Wed, 14 Oct 2020

Gavin Evans
Wed, 14 Oct 2020
Expanding Northport to include a commercial shipyard could create 400 long-term jobs and establish Whangārei as a maritime centre of excellence, the company says.The port, owned half each by Port of Tauranga and Marsden Maritime Holdings, is seeking further public input before it formally seeks resource consents for the expansion. The plan would expand the port area to 75 hectares from 49 hectares now, and more than double the berthage to 1,390 metres.An updated video display of the expansion on the firm’s Vision for Growth website includ...

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