Marsden Maritime eyes benefits from upper North Island transport study

Gavin Evans
Wed, 17 Oct 2018

By Gavin Evans Oct. 17 (BusinessDesk) - The government’s strategic review of upper North Island logistics chains may recognise the value of Northport in a way previous studies did not, Marsden Maritime Holdings chair John Goulter says. He said the potential of the port, and the importance of Marsden’s landholdings directly behind it, are obvious to the company’s shareholders. Yet in the past that message had not resonated “quite so loudly.” “It is therefore gratifying to note that the new government’s Upper North Island supply chain st...

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