SHIPPING CONTAINERS TO WANGANUI
SHIPPING CONTAINERS FROM AUSTRALIA TO WANGANUI
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CargoMaster: Your Reliable Shipping Partner for Wanganui, New Zealand! Sea Freight Services, Consolidated and Full Container Loads, and More!
CargoMaster, a leading logistics and shipping company, proudly serves the vibrant city of Whanganui, also spelled Wanganui, located in the Manawatū-Whanganui region of New Zealand. Situated on the picturesque west coast of the North Island, Whanganui is blessed with the magnificent Whanganui River, New Zealand’s longest navigable waterway. With a population of 42,600 as of June 2022, Whanganui stands as the 19th most-populous urban area in the country and the second-most-populous in the Manawatū-Whanganui region.
Conveniently positioned on the South Taranaki Bight near the river mouth, Whanganui enjoys excellent accessibility. It is strategically located 200 km (120 mi) north of Wellington and 75 km (47 mi) northwest of Palmerston North. The city serves as a vital junction for State Highways 3 and 4, facilitating seamless transportation connections. Most of the city is nestled on the river’s northwestern bank, benefiting from a larger expanse of flat land. Enhancing connectivity further, Whanganui boasts five bridges, including the renowned Cobham Bridge, City Bridge, Dublin Street Bridge, Aramoho Railway Bridge (for rail and pedestrians only), and a Cycle bridge inaugurated in 2020.
Breathtaking vistas abound in Whanganui, where the majestic Mount Ruapehu and Mount Taranaki grace the horizon, visible from Durie Hill and various other vantage points scattered throughout the city. Nature’s splendor merges with the urban landscape, creating an enchanting setting.
Whanganui experiences a delightful temperate climate, characterized by slightly above-average sunshine hours, with 2100 hours per annum. The city receives approximately 900 mm (35 in) of rainfall annually, fostering a lush environment. While mild frosts occasionally occur during winter, the district’s temperate climate, as noted by Federated Farmers Whanganui president Brian Doughty in 2012, offers favorable conditions for diverse agricultural activities.
Whanganui proudly showcases a strong industrial base, bolstered by a rich history of niche manufacturing. Notable businesses, such as Q-West Boat Builders, located at the Port, have garnered recognition for their exceptional craftsmanship, constructing boats for clients from all corners of New Zealand and beyond. Another acclaimed example is Pacific Helmets, honored with a Silver Pin at the Best Design Awards in October 2015. Whanganui’s primary industrial hub, Heads Road, hosts numerous manufacturing and engineering enterprises, driving economic growth. While the Wanganui Port, once a bustling transportation center, continues to witness activity, its significance lies now in the Q-West boat building operation. Additionally, F. Whitlock & Sons Ltd, an esteemed company established in 1902, remains a prominent presence in Whanganui’s industrial landscape.
Whanganui’s prosperity is intrinsically linked to its fertile and thriving farming hinterland, which plays a vital role in the local economy. The city has gained recognition for its cultivation of distinctive pear varieties, including the acclaimed Crimson Gem. However, the region faced a setback when a significant portion of the Whanganui pear crop was devastated ahead of the upcoming season, as reported in May 2016. Despite this challenge, the resilient community remains committed to agricultural pursuits.
Encompassing an area of 2,337 km2 (902 sq mi), the Whanganui District primarily consists of picturesque hill country. A narrow coastal strip of flat land and the major urban settlement along the lower banks of the Whanganui River also form part of the district’s landscape. Much of this captivating terrain falls within the confines of the Whanganui National Park, established in 1986, showcasing the region’s commitment to preserving its natural wonders.
The Whanganui region is renowned for its awe-inspiring natural environment, with the Whanganui Awa (River) serving as its heart and soul. Flowing for 290 km (180 mi) from the heights of Mount Tongariro to the coast of Wanganui, where it meets the Tasman Sea, the Whanganui River stands as the second-largest river in the North Island. Boasting the status of the country’s longest navigable waterway, it showcases 239 listed rapids, each entrusted to the care of a guardian, or kaitiaki, who safeguards the river’s vital life force, known as mauri. Whanganui’s deep connection to its natural heritage is truly remarkable.
CargoMaster is dedicated to serving the diverse needs of Whanganui, offering comprehensive logistics solutions tailored to businesses and individuals alike. With our expertise and commitment to excellence, we stand ready to support Whanganui’s economic growth and contribute to the prosperity of this vibrant city and its surroundings.
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MOVING TO WANGANUI?
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!
SHIPPING CONTAINERS TO WANGANUI
SAILING WEEKLY FROM SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, BRISBANE, PERTH, ADELAIDE, TOWNSVILLE:
- LEWIS PASS
- MARLBOROUGH SOUNDS
CargoMaster offers weekly sea freight shipping of containers from all Australian capitals to Wanganui and surrounds. CargoMaster will organise the delivery of shipping containers to almost anywhere in Australia for stuffing (packing), or you can pack your container in one of CargoMaster’s packing yards (no hurry you get 12 days to pack your container!). All types of equipment available for sea transportation to Wanganui, including 20ft and 40ft containers, high cube containers and 20 and 40 ft flat racks.
CargoMaster moves a wide variety of cargo to by sea freight, for anyone lucky enough to be moving to Wanganui or Marlborough sounds, ask CargoMaster about Self Pack International Shipping Containers, a low-cost alternative to expensive removalists! Self-Pack international moving containers can be delivered to your home in Australia for packing.
CargoMaster moves all types of commodities in shipping containers (and on flat racks) to NZ, including, mining machinery, construction equipment, cars, trucks, boats, household goods and personal effects, machinery of all shapes and sizes! CargoMaster offers a Door to Port or Door to Door service for shipping containers to New Zealand.
NEW ZEALAND BORDER CONTROL AND AGENCIES
Border agencies The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) along with New Zealand Customs Service and the Department of Immigration, have specific requirements for people moving personal effects/household possessions to New Zealand. The following guide is put together by MPI – please refer to New Zealand Customs and the Department of Immigration websites for further information in those areas. Clearance of goods An inspector will assess documentation presented to MPI for possible risk goods. If an inspection of your personal effects is required this must be at a transitional facility and you must notify MPI of the location. If the shipment is a full sea container load an inspection of the sea container is mandatory and will be carried out by an accredited person or a MPI inspector. For more information contact MPI, your moving company, freight forwarder or customs agent. Other conditions may also apply and MPI will advise you of these at time of application. Keys may be required for any locked trunks, suitcases or vehicles.
RESTRICTED AND PROHIBITED ITEMS
Do not pack these goods as they may be seized unless accompanied by official certification: • Any packets of food. • Honey, pollen, propolis, honeycombs and other bee products. • Plants, bulbs, cuttings, corms, rhizomes or tubers, commercially packed seeds and seeds for planting. • Packaging such as straw or used fresh food cartons. • Items restricted under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) such as coral, ivory, snakeskin or whale bone items, turtle shell and some sea shells.
PACKING YOUR PERSONAL EFFECTS
Strict biosecurity laws mean there are some items you cannot bring to New Zealand, and some other items will require inspection on arrival. Using a professional moving company, freight forwarder or import agent to help you move can be beneficial, as they can provide assistance with MPI requirements. Having an accurate and easily understood manifest of your belongings will help MPI to assess these quickly when they arrive in New Zealand. By not packing some items, or packing goods that may require inspection together, you may save costs and time. If belongings are arriving in a sea container then the container must meet the requirements of the Import Health Standard for Sea Containers
ITEMS THAT MUST BE DECLARED
The following items must be declared as they may require inspection and in some cases certification from the country of origin:
- Fresh or dried fruit, vegetables, mushrooms or fungi.
- Any meat, fish, shellfish or poultry.
- Ingredients used in cooking, all milk products, cheese, eggs or egg products, and milk based baby foods.
- Hunting trophies or stuffed animals.
- Traditional or herbal medicines or remedies, health supplements and homeopathic remedies that include animal or plant products.
- Dried flower arrangements or Christmas decorations made from plant material.
- Items made from wood.
- Items stuffed with seeds or straw.
- Items made of from bamboo, cane, coconut or straw.
- Items containing hair, fur, unprocessed wool, skin, feathers or bone
PERSONAL MOTOR VEHICLES
Personal vehicles and other machinery such as jet skis, lawn mowers or chainsaws are also subject to biosecurity requirements and are inspected on arrival. Before shipping, vehicles should be cleaned thoroughly inside and out, including underneath and around the wheels and wheel arches. If steam cleaning ensure the whole vehicle including the engine is cleaned. Contaminated vehicles will be directed for treatment and re-inspection (charges apply). For information on complying with vehicle safety regulations refer to the New Zealand Transport Agency website. For information on vehicle tax refer to New Zealand Customs Service.
BRINGING YOUR PETS TO NEW ZEALAND
The requirements for bringing pets into New Zealand depend on the type of animal, where it is from and if there is an existing import health standard for the animal. Disease concerns mean that not all types of pets are allowed into New Zealand.
Wood packaging such as crates or pallets is subject to biosecurity requirements and must be declared3 . Wood packaging must have been fumigated or heat treated before use and must be declared in the Quarantine Declaration (for full container loads) regarding container cleanliness.
TYPICAL QUESTIONS CALLERS ASK ABOUT SHIPPING TO WANGANUI:
“How long does sea freight take to Wanganui, New Zealand.”
“Depending on the particular destination in NZ, transit times from Australia to NZ can be anywhere between 2-30 days. The transit time will depend on the origin of the cargo in Australia and the intended destination in NZ, the type of sea freight service you use will also be a factor when calculating transit times. Call CargoMaster for more exact information and the latest shipping schedules to NZ”
“How much more expensive is air freight than sea freight.”
“Air freight in most cases is a lot more expensive than sea freight. The advantage is obviously transit time is quicker with air freight.”
“How much does sea freight cost”
“The cost of sea freight to NZ will depend upon where you intend shipping too. The commodity you are shipping and the origin in Australia will also be a factor when calculating CONTAINER and other shipping costs to NZ”
“Why is ocean freight so high.”
“Shipping prices can be affected by a lot of outside influences. Most often the reason for higher shipping costs relates to the volumes of sea freight being moved to a particular destination, oi; prices at the time of shipping and the value of the United States dollar at the time of shipping”
“Is shipping by sea cheaper.”
“In general terms yes, shipping by sea freight is your cheapest option, the time of the year and the commodity you are shipping will also be factors that will affect the cost of sea freight.”
“How much does it cost for shipping containers to Wanganui, NZ.“
“Shipping container rates to NZ from Australia will vary according to where in Australia you intend to ship from. Call CargoMaster for Australia’s best shipping rates to NZ”
“How are sea freight charges calculated?“
“Charges for sea freight are calculated based on the weight and dimensions of the freight and the intended destination and origin. The method of shipping will also be relevant when trying to work out shipping costs.”
SEA FREIGHT TRANSIT TIMES TO WANGANUI
Sydney to Wanganui: 5-6 Days
Melbourne to Wanganui: 3-6 Days
Brisbane to Wanganui: 3-8 Days
Fremantle (Perth) to Wanganui: 6-15 Days
Adelaide to Wanganui: 5-7 Days
Hobart/Launceston to Wanganui: 4-8 Days
Townsville to Wanganui: 6-8 Days
Darwin to Wanganui: 9-16 Days
SHIPPING CONTAINER DIMENSIONS
20 ft Standard Dry (8’6″ x 8′ x 20′)
Max Gross Weight: 66,139lbs
Length: 19′ 5″
Width: 7′ 8-⅛”
Height: 7′ 9-⅝”
Width: 7’ 8-½”, Height: 7’ 5-¾”
40 ft Standard Dry (8’6″ x 8′ x 40′)
Max Gross Weight: 66,139lbs
Length: 39′ ⅜”
Width: 7′ 8-⅛”
Height: 7′ 9-⅝”
Door Opening: Width: 7’ 8-½”, Height: 7’ 5-¾”
40 ft High Cube (9’6″ x 8′ x 40′)
Weight: 8750 lbs
Max Gross Weight: 68,008lb
Length: 39′ 4”
Width: 7′ 7”
Height: 8′ 9″
Door Opening: Width: 7’ 8″‘, Height: 8’ 5”
OUT OF GUAGE AND
PROJECT SHIPPING WANGANUI
CargoMaster offers weekly services for break bulk shipping and shipping large items overseas. These types of services vary greatly between shipment , this area of international shipping should be left to only a few true Australian heavy shipping specialists with many years’ experience (like CargoMaster with 35 years transportation experience) Once again, you need to be very careful when choosing a international freight forwarders to handle the shipping of heavy items overseas this is a specialised transportation mode .choosing the wrong freight forwarder could be devastating and cost you heaps of money (there are plenty of stories of freight forwarders failing when it comes to shipping heavy machinery overseas.! The bottom line is Call CargoMaster if you need to ship heavy equipment from Sydney!
Dimensions of 20ft Flat Rack Container
Internal length 5.94 m / 19.5 ft
Internal width 2.35 m / 7.7 ft
Internal height 2.35 m / 7.7 ft
Tare weight 2,360 kg / 5,203.8 lbs
Payload capacity: 30,140 kg / 66,458.7 lbs
Cubic capacity 32.7 m³ / 1,154.3 cu ft
Dimensions of 40ft Flat Rack Container
Internal length 12.13 m / 39.8 ft
Internal width 2.40 m / 7.9 ft
Internal height 2.14 m / 7 ft
Tare weight 5,000 kg / 11,025 lbs
Payload capacity: 40,000 kg / 88,200 lbs
Cubic capacity 62.2 m³ / 2,195.7 cu ft
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