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Anderton's 34th Regional Visit

Anderton's 34th Regional Visit - South Auckland and Manukau 10/11 May 2001

NOTE EARLIER ADVISORY NOTE ON CUSTOMS ACTIVITIES

11 am till 2 pm Centra Hotel, Auckland Airport

Thursday 10 May - South Auckland

2 pm Metcast Services Ltd

26 Great South Rd Otahuhu

2.50 pm Old Fashioned Foods

160 Rockfield Street Penrose

4.15 pm NZ Trade Centre

Ground level

Guardian Trust Building

105 Queen Street

- Keynote speech to 150 exporters.

- Announcement of initiative by NZ Trade Centre.

7.30 pm Public meeting "Security and Opportunity"

Otahuhu Town Hall,

10 High St, Otahuhu

Friday 11 May - Manukau

7:30 am Business Breakfast - Hosted by Manukau City Council

Manukau City Council, Level 7, The Civic Centre,

31-33 Wiri Station Road

- Speech to 100 business people

9:30 am Galloway SPI Asia Pacific Ltd

36 Cryers Road

East Tamaki

11 am Planned Highbrook Business Park

(supported by Manukau City Council)

Ra Ora Stud Office

88 Waiouru Road, East Tamaki

1:50 pm Sika Technology - Local Hi Tech Firm

Photo op 10 Blackburn Road

East Tamaki

Ends


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