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What is an Inland Port?

17th Jan 18

The inland port being developed at Ruakura by Tainui Group Holdings has just been given consent on the final portion of land, a further 48 hectares - Making a total of 822 hectares earmarked to become part of the inland port.

This huge development will span a period of 20 - 30 years with the first of the work beginning last April.

But what exactly is an "inland port"?  In December, Tainui Group Holdings released a video explaining what services the inland port will provide to Hamilton and in fact, the whole of New Zealand.

Discussions are already underway with various companies looking to become tenants of the port with areas of between 2 - 14 hectares each.  There is even a rumour floating around that the global internet sales giant Amazon may be interested in securing a New Zealand distribution centre at Ruakura.

When completed, the port will become the central point between Auckland and Tauranga and at full capacity, the port could take 65,000 trucks off New Zealand roads.

To read more about the inland port and to subscribe to the latest news about its development, visit www.ruakura.co.nz.

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