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Key Trade Figures: 2007 Half Year

25 February 2008

KEY TRADE FIGURES: 2007 Half Year (period ending 31 December 2007)

Lyttelton Port Company would like to provide the following information on key trade figures for the first half of the current financial year (July-December 2007).

This information is supplemental to the attached press release (‘Strong Growth Continues for LPC’), which summarises key achievements and trends for the same period.

Six months to Dec 2007 / Six months to Dec 2006 / Change
Total containers (TEU's) 126,200 107,800 17%
Bulk Fuel (tonnes) 532,300 516,000 3%
Coal Exports (tonnes) 844,000 1,176,000 (28%)
Dry Bulk (tonnes) 294,500 325,400 (9%)
Log (tonnes) 98,900 80,400 23%
Motor Vehicles (units) 21,700 17,500 24%
Other tonnes (excluding the above) 265,700 295,900 (10%)
Ship Visits 599 576 4%


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