QuayConnect represents a sea-change in the way goods flow around the world - moving more goods, more efficiently and minimising costs while significantly reducing our collective impact on the environment.
28 November 2018
Sauvignon 2019 NZ
QuayConnect is proud to announce our Associate Sponsorship of the much awaited Sauvignon 2019, The International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration in Marlborough 28 -30 January. The three day event is a four-yearly wine industry event which hosts the world’s leading wine producers, experts and key influencers. The 400+ attendees of Sauvignon 2019 will hear from the people who grow, sell and make the wine on subjects of marketing, styles and diversity from across the world. The celebration will shine a light on the best of the Marlborough region and New Zealand wine to the rest of the world.
23 August 2018
New Zealand companies achieve BRC certification for the production, transport and warehousing of wine – a world first
30 July 2018
Patterson Logistics Centre Development announced as finalist in Lloyd's List Award
Port Nelson is amongst ‘exemplars of best practice across the APAC maritime industry’ according to the judges of Lloyd’s List, the most prestigious maritime awards in the world.
The port has been announced as one of six finalists of the 2018 Port Infrastructure Development of the Year in the Asia Pacific region.
Port Nelson CEO Martin Byrne says the Patterson Logistics Centre infrastructure project supported by the logistics service QuayConnect is worthy of being an international award finalist.
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18 June 2018
BRC Accreditation for QuayConnect
Quayconnect becomes NZ’s only BRC-accredited wine storage and distribution facility
By achieving a globally-recognised food safety accreditation from British Retail Consortium (BRC) this year, the QuayConnect team is now offering even greater support to NZ’s wine industry.
What are QuayConnect customers saying?
QuayConnect is the future of distribution logistics.
QuayConnect is a better way of distributing goods, by focusing movement around a central, port-side storage hub, resulting in optimal import and export loads through all phases of the supply chain.
What is QuayConnect?
What's wrong with the existing model.
With current distribution methods, there are simply too many under-utilised ship movements, empty truck transfers, unnecessary storage stops and underfilled trucks making their way around New Zealand.
How does QuayConnect compare?
- The Existing Model
- Major supply chain inefficiencies
- High per unit costs
- Few partner synergies
- No sustainability focus
- Unnecessary cargo movement/cost
- The QuayConnect Model
- Cost and load efficiencies
- Reduced per unit costs
- Win/win partnerships
- Improved sustainable practices
- Reduced carbon footprints
We're pulling out all the stops for importers and exporters
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