Napier Port is located in Nahawk Bay, Nahawk Bay, New Zealand. It is the second largest export port in the North Island in terms of tonnage, limited by Napier Port Company management. The Port of Napier is an export port of livestock products on the North Island of Australia. The main industries are wool textiles, tobacco, etc. It is a winter resort. The port is about 5km away from the airport .
Napier Port's loading and unloading equipment includes various shore cranes, oil pipelines and ro-ro facilities. There is a cargo yard area of 114,000 square meters on the wharf, and a warehouse area of 32,000 square meters. The port has a 1,086m long wave breaker, and the anchorage of the big ship is east of the breakwater, with a water depth of 17m. In 1992, the container throughput reached 27,000 TEU. The annual cargo handling capacity is about 3 million tons. The main export goods are meat, wool, dairy products, wood and leather, etc. The imported goods mainly include petroleum, grain, vehicles, industrial equipment and light industrial products. The main trading partners are the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Japan, etc. During holidays, except for container terminals , operations are generally not arranged during holidays.
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Napier Port (Port Code: NZNPE) is the North Island's second largest export port by tonnage, which is located in Napier, New Zealand, on Hawke Bay and is owned by Napier Port Holdings Limited (NZX: NPH). The port is connected to the rail network via the Napier Port Branch (Ahuriri Branch).
Hastings District, as one of the largest apple, pear and stone fruit producing areas in New Zealand has an important relationship with the Napier Port. It has also become an important grape growing and wine production area with the fruit passing from the growers around Metropolitan Hastings and then to Napier for exporting. Napier is an important service centre for the agriculture and pastoral output of the predominantly rural Hastings District. The port handled 157,700 containers (roughly 9% of all containers handled by New Zealand ports) in the 2015 calendar year, behind the ports of Auckland, Tauranga and Lyttelton.
It hosts dozens of cruise ship visits each year. On 16 February 2008 it was visited by the longest vessel it had received at the time, the MS Queen Victoria cruise ship belonging to Cunard. On December 15, 2014, the 138,194 tonne MS Voyager of the Seas visited the port, which was the joint 21st largest passenger ship at the time, and the largest to ever visit. On 5 January 2017, the port hosted the world's third largest cruise ship (at the time), the 168,666 tonne MS Ovation of the Seas.
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