Wallace Investments - Principal Stevedores Ports Of Auckland

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Lifting Yachts

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Wallace Investments provides a professional lifting service for some of the world’s best yachts. Recently we were involved in the import and export of some of the latest racing and super yachts in and out of the port of Auckland. Whether it’s a yacht being delivered for a summer tour of New Zealand or a large 76 tonne vessel being shipped back to Europe Wallace investments has the equipment and the expertise to convey safely each yacht to or from the cargo ship.  

           

Lifting Fire Rescue Vehicle

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Wallace Investments was asked to load a large fire rescue truck for Kiribati. The Load managed by PDL needed to be shipped quickly. The size of the vehicle meant that it could not fit a conventional flat rack so the team at Wallace put together lifting tackle that make it easy and safe to load. This was completed in 24 hours and the vehicle and the lifting gear was loaded on the deck of the Liloa for its journey to Kiribati.

  

Meeting the Stevedoring Requirements of Queen Mary 2

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

On Friday 5th of March the Queen Mary 2 berthed in Auckland at Jellicoe wharf during one of our busiest weeks on the Port. At 345 metres long the Queen Mary 2 is one of the longest passenger ships afloat. While catering for 2600 passengers it’s not the biggest by passenger size however its size meant it could only be berthed at Jellicoe Wharf.  Working with the shipping agents Wallace staff were able to discharge all the required freight and load all the essential stores so that the vessel met its departure deadline.


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Keeping our environment safe

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Wallace Investments continues to provide service by providing best possible solutions to logistic and compliance requirements. To enable trucks to be dust free so as to protect our environment Wallace investments developed an air blower to clean off excess grains. This enables trucks to leave the quarantine area sooner and all goes to speed up the vessel discharge.


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location   PO Box 37-562, Parnell, Auckland 1151

phone-number-white   +09 373 3864