A significant investment in new vehicles for the fleet reflects a direct commitment to SeaLink’s customers.
SeaLink New Zealand Ltd unveiled their rebranded freight arm to invited guests last night on the ferry Seaway as it cruised around Waitemata harbour.
Company CEO Mark Gibson said moving forward using the SeaLink name across all operations helped their customers identify with all facets of the company’s supply chain – passengers, vehicles and freight.
SeaLink Logistics – Now a uniform identity across all facets of the company’s activities.
Alongside the reimaging programme Gibson detailed a significant investment of more than $1 million dollars on 16 new fleet vehicles, comprising eight heavy Isuzu trucks, seven semi trailers, and a Mercedes-Benz 316 Sprinter van. The new signage will also be applied to equipment within the existing fleet.
To complement the new vehicles Gibson outlined how the company depots were also being addressed and significant works were planned to help expedite freight movements to and from the islands.
SeaLink Logistics – Comprehensive freight solutions to the islands of the Waitemata Harbour.
Auckland’s population growth is reaching all corners of the region, with Waiheke and Great Barrier Islands not exempt from the expansion. This has meant the volume of freight both to and from the islands has increased considerably, as have the expectations of SeaLink’s clients. With this display of commitment to their customers, SeaLink have solidified their position as a comprehensive logistics provider to the islands of the Waitemata Harbour.