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AKL Floods

Network Services - 31st January

With the extreme weather that hit the Auckland , Whangarei and Waikato Region this will cause some delays to the affected areas.

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Anniversary Weekend 30th January 2023

Our Auckland , Whangarei, Hamilton, Rotorua, Tauranga and Nelson branch will be closed on Monday 30th January for Anniversary Weekend.

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Wellington Anniversary Day - January 23rd

Our Wellington branch will be closed on Monday 23rd January 2023 for Wellington Anniversary.

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Gisborne Flood

Extreme Weather Disrupting Network in the Gisborne, Hawkes Bay and Coromandel Region

Extreme Weather - Gisborne, Hawkes Bay and The Coromandel Region Extreme weather that is sweeping the country has caused a challenge within our network due to road closures. This weather event will cause significant delays within the affected regions. Should you wish to query your consignments, please contact PBT Customer Services Team or your Account Manager. Thank you for your understanding and patience. PBT Team

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Sustainability 2022

PBT has over the past several months been developing our strategy around becoming a more sustainable business. Please watch the video below to get an update from our CEO on the journey so far.

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Dg Goods

Dangerous Goods Sailings - Block Out December 2022 - January 2023

Dangerous Goods are prohibited from travelling across the Cook Strait on the following dates: • Saturday 17th December –Monday 9th January 2023 (inclusive) • DGLQ Can still travel PBT strongly recommends that if you are needing to move DG consignments in December that you plan well ahead and move your freight much earlier than the cut-off dates noted above. Space is at a premium during the busy peak period and it is common that there is less space on the ferries than there is freight to move.

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