- KiwiRail Service DisruptionRead More
- Contingency measures for Aratere disruptionRead More
- Celebrating 150 years of Rail in NZRead More
- CT Site Wanganui relocation to Gilberd StreetRead More
- New rolling stock order confirmedRead More
- Cat-in-the–box Chiefie reunited with familyRead More
- Palmerston North train unlocks possibility for ‘super’ freight service to ChristchurchRead More
- New Rolling Stock proves its worthRead More
- Longer log trains running on key forestry routeRead More
- New lease on life for popular wagon classRead More
- One freight train can take up to 100 trucks off the roadRead More
- Rail Ferry DrydockRead More
- Youngest train driver takes first soloRead More
- KiwiRail wins business from courier companyRead More
- Further investment in rail line between Hamilton and TaurangaRead More
- KiwiRail to begin new log service to Wellington from WairarapaRead More
- Freight growth continues but decrease in full year results forecastRead More
- Take care at level crossings along busy train lineRead More
- Dispatch - Freight Newsletter December 2011Read More
- KiwiRail continues to build a stronger foundation for the futureRead More
- KiwiRail sees strong growth at Southdown Freight TerminalRead More
- Getting closer to customersRead More
- Log carrying capacityRead More
- Order placed for more new locomotivesRead More
- Freight Handling Code (FHC)Read More
Getting closer to customers
KiwiRail is getting closer to its customers at key locations around the country with arrangements close to being finalised with several businesses setting up premises at several major rail terminals.
"A key goal for our business is to make using rail as straightforward as possible for our customers, and one way to do this is to develop freight hubs - or villages - on or next to rail land," says Iain Hill.
"The Wellington terminal is typical of many with premises nearing completion for Mainfreight, Toll's existing facilities undergoing redevelopment and two other organisations close to finalising details."
Plans are also taking shape terminals at Invercargill, Dunedin and Palmerston North.