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LPC Present Reinstatement And Development Vision

7 November 2013


LPC Present Reinstatement And Development Vision

Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) will deliver a presentation about the Port’s reinstatement and development plan to shareholders at tomorrow’s Annual Meeting.

“The devastating earthquakes presented unprecedented challenges but also provided the Port with an opportunity to reset the long-term strategic direction,” said Chief Executive, Peter Davie.

“Following a huge amount of planning and analysis, we have progressed our rebuild and development vision to a point where we are ready to present to our shareholders.

“The presentation will outline what is required to repair, develop and expand in order to meet the existing and future needs of customers, stakeholders and the wider region.”

Communication and engaging with our shareholders at the Annual Meeting is an important step as we seek to provide background information and structure for LPC’s vision to enable and facilitate South Island trade.

The presentation includes sections about strategy, forecast growth, different projects and challenges. It will also cover the qualifications for delivering the vision, which are insurance outcomes, resource consents and if required, shareholder approval.

The presentation will be delivered to the community, customers and other stakeholders in the coming months.


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