Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Port of Tauranga (NS) Ordinary Shares

NZX : POT

15.79
30 Jul 14 00:00
Change:
 0.01
Open:
15.80
High:
15.80
Ask:
15.79
Volume:
16,711
Change(%):
0.06
Prev:
15.80
Low:
15.70
Bid:
15.63
Avg vol:
0
Profile
Port of Tauranga Limited provides and manages port services and cargo handling facilities in New Zealand. The company operates the Port of Tauranga. Its activities include provision of wharf facilities; land for storage and transit of import and export cargoes; berthage, cranes, tug, and pilotage services; leasing of land and buildings; container terminal ownership; and operation of rail link to Auckland (Metroport). The company also involves in the storage, cleaning, washing, and inspection of shipping containers at the Southdown rail terminal at Auckland; ownership and operation of deepwater commercial port at Marsden Point; and ownership of tugs, and operation of towage service within the Whangarei Harbour. In addition, it provides log scaling, stevedoring, inventory management, receival and delivery, warehousing, on-wharf marshalling, devanning and consolidating containers/bases, road transport, materials handling, and vessel agency services. As of June 30, 2009, the company operated 13 ports and 3 log yards. The company was founded in 1873 and is based in Tauranga, New Zealand. Port of Tauranga Ltd. is a subsidiary of Quayside Holdings Limited.
Summary
Shares:134,116,200
Issuer:Port of Tauranga Limited (NS)
Solicitor:Holland Beckett
Registry:LINK MARKET SERVICES LIMITED
Auditor:KPMG Tauranga
Settlement:NZCDC Settlement System
Website:http://www.port-tauranga.co.nz/
Fundamentals
Market Cap:$2,117,694,798
52 wk High:15.85
52 wk Low:13.10
Sector:Ports
Div/Yield:5.14
EPS:0.32
Price/Earnings:25.80
NTA:4.86
Address
Port of Tauranga
Salisbury Avenue
Mount Maunganui, 3002
New Zealand
Latest News
  • Closed Putaruru sawmill may get new lease on life

    11:37 | 30/7/14
    Waikato Times
    Just 65km from Port of Tauranga and surrounded by dairy country, the 13 hectare site is close to State Highway 1 and has access to a rail siding. more»
  • Bay's future looks bright as economy picks up pace

    09:56 | 30/7/14
    New Zealand Herald
    "We're starting to see the first signs of things turning around, but they're in the early days. "[Tauranga's] future is bright because of a whole range of reasons. We've got the best climate in the country, the best beach, we've got the best port ... more»
  • Parties debate port strategy

    15:33 | 26/7/14
    SunLive
    Labour's Tauranga candidate Rachel Jones believes a New Zealand-wide strategy will get the best out of the port infrastructure as regional ports are being played off against each other by shipping lines. “Labour will also be boosting coastal shipping ... more»
  • Wool store start turned to advantage

    13:30 | 25/7/14
    New Zealand Herald
    "Working for what I thought were poor managers as a labourer really taught me about management," said Mr Cairns, the chief executive of Port of Tauranga. "It was the hardest work physically, and I decided I didn't want to do that for the rest of my life. more»
  • John Key's day in the Bay

    12:25 | 25/7/14
    SunLive
    Prime Minister John Key is confident the Government is honouring all promises to Tauranga City and the Port of Tauranga is successful enough not to need a national port strategy. more»
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1 CommentNovice 0  0
29 Nov 13 17:25
Why do you not display fundamentals by sector in columnar format as well as by company alone? It would make it much easier to make investment decisions if this information was readily available.

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