Making trade easy

Port Taranaki is an important economic and supply chain asset for Taranaki and beyond – connecting our key regional industries with the world.

We pride ourselves on our ability to respond quickly and adapt to changes in market conditions and customer requirements – attributes that are helping us realise our vision to be The Pride of Taranaki.

About us
9

Berths

Fully serviced for bulk products (liquids and dry) and project cargo

5m+

Cargo

Annual export and import tonnage

929

Jobs

Estimated jobs supported by the port and the activities associated with it in 2020-21

$8m

Dividends

Paid annually to community via sole shareholder Taranaki Regional Council

$28m

Value

Port operations estimated to generate in value added (GDP) in 2020-21

What’s happening at Port Taranaki.

Long-serving tug Rupe leaves for Australia
Published: 29 May 2024

A stalwart of the Port Taranaki fleet for 40 years has bid farewell to the region.

More powerful tug replaces 40-year-old Rupe
Published: 7 May 2024

A vessel with greater power and wider capabilities has arrived at Port Taranaki to replace the oldest member of the tug fleet.

Port Taranaki provides marine services for Maari offtakes
Published: 5 April 2024

Port Taranaki marine pilots Daniel Satherley, left, Guy Mexted, and Jeff Handcock.