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30 AUGUST 2013

Ports of Auckland 2012/13 Annual Results

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Ports of Auckland has reported improved results for the year to 30 June 2013, reflecting increases in both labour productivity and volumes across all port operations.

�This year has been positive for Ports of Auckland�, said Chief Executive Tony Gibson. �While container volumes were not up significantly, our focus on lifting revenue, improving processes and raising labour productivity has started to show results. Earnings are up, we have won back some of the business lost as a result of last year�s industrial action and secured two new services.�

�Looking forward we will continue to focus on lifting productivity and customer service�, he added.

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2012/13 Annual Review

2012/13 Summary Financials

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Time travelling tug tours from Ports of Auckland

Come and celebrate Auckland�s heritage with a free boat tour of the port and harbour during Auckland Heritage Festival, courtesy of Ports of Auckland.

�Auckland�s history is intricately interwoven with its port and harbour and we are very pleased to once more offer Aucklanders a chance it experience it first hand on board the historic steam tug William C Daldy,� said Ports of Auckland Chief Executive Tony Gibson.

Tours will be held on Saturdays and Sundays for the duration of the festival - 28 September, 29 September, 5 October, 6 October, 12 October and 13 October. There will be four tours per day held at 9:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm.

The These tours are always popular, so bookings are essential. To book, phone 0800 25 7678 (0800 AK PORT). Bookings open from 30 August 2013.

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Have your say: Ports of Auckland website

Ports of Auckland is developing a new website that will work better for our customers and the community. As such, we have put together a survey to understand how you use our current website and what you would like to see in the new one.

Please take a few minutes to send us your feedback.

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Atamira - Maori in the City

Ports of Auckland is a proud sponsor of Atamira - Maori in the City, a three day contemporary festival of Maori culture featuring food, kapa haka, dance and live stage performances among others.

The event held at The Cloud, Queens Wharf from 6 - 8 September promises to have something for everyone.

This is the third time the Port has sponsored this fantastic event.

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