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BUSES KICKSTART MOTUKEA LANDOWNER SPIN-OFF BUSINESS

BUSES KICKSTART MOTUKEA LANDOWNER SPIN-OFF BUSINESS

BUSES KICKSTART MOTUKEA LANDOWNER SPIN-OFF BUSINESS

PRESS STATEMENT

28 March 2019 

For Immediate Release

BUSES KICKSTART MOTUKEA LANDOWNER SPIN-OFF BUSINESS 

ICTSI South Pacific handed over three coaster buses to the landowner communities of Baruni and Tatana villages on 1 March as part of the Company’s high-impact and sustainable community projects. 

The coasters were purchased by ICTSI for Noho Mage on a shareholder loan arrangement to kickstart Noho Mage’s spin off business through the transportation of local workers to and from Motukea International Terminal (MIT), representing initial benefits of the partnership between ICTSI South Pacific and landowner groups, which own a 30 percent stake in Motukea International Container Terminal (MIT).

“As far as our 25-year concession is concerned, I want to see Noho Mage Holdings Ltd. create more wealth for its people from the partnership with ICTSI South Pacific. The wealth should be managed for the collective benefit of the future generations to come,” said Anil Singh, ICTSI South Pacific Chief Executive Officer, during the handover ceremony.

Noho Mage Holdings is the registered and recognized landowner group of the Baruni and Tatana villages.

Aside from the shareholder agreement, ICTSI South Pacific’s engagement commitment with the landowners include financial literacy and social and professional skills development training – considering the Company’s need for highly skilled workforce.

ENDS…

Approved for Release:

Beatrice G Mahuru | General Manager – Corporate Affairs,

ICTSI South Pacific

SPICT – Advisory No. 2019-62

SPICT Advisory

Official South Pacific International Container Terminal Partner Advisory

3/07/2019
Advisory No. 2019-62

Dear Valued Customers,
South Pacific International Container Terminal (SPICT) is an international port and subject to the International Ship & Port Security (ISPS) Code. The ISPS Code covers all facets of security requirements of all ship operations and port facilities which compliance is imperative.
And to add that non-compliance to the ISPS Code is detrimental and may lead to the closure of all ship operations and port facilities. So, to this respect South Pacific International Container Terminal (SPICT) will be strictly controlling access to its port facilities, and subject to the following requirements;
  1. Marking of Truck Plate Number on the Rooftop (A4 Size Letters/Digits) – All Trucking Companies
  2. Installation of Fire extinguishers (1-4KG) in truck cabin – All Trucking Companies
  3. Installation of Strobe/revolving lights – All Trucking Companies
  4. Providing a copy of Company Profile – Small Trucking Companies
  5. Providing copies of Truck Registration Documents – All Trucking Companies
  6. Providing copy of Truck Roadworthiness Certificate from a recognized workshop – All Trucking Companies
  7. Providing a copy of the Certificate of Compliance – Small Trucking Companies
  8. Providing a copy of Insurance cover and liability – All Trucking Companies
  9. Attendance of the Truck Driver Induction as conducted by SPICT – All Trucking Companies
South Pacific International Container Terminal (SPICT) is giving its valued customers up to 31st of July 2019 to provide and comply with the requirements as stated above.
As of 1st of August 2019, South Pacific International Container Terminal (SPICT) will be denying access to non-compliance of and to the requirements as stated above.
Please contact our HSSE Department for further details and assistance. The persons to contact are as follows;
  1. Mr. Ovia Morea (HSSE Manager) on Mobile Number: 71901365
  2. Ms. Hilda Mathew (HSSE Senior Officer) on Mobile Number: 71901334
Note: Small Trucking Companies: 1-5 Trucks in its fleet.
Trust you all understand our requirements and look forward to your continuous support in this.
Yours Sincerely,
SPICTL Management
SPICT – Advisory No. 2019-62