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Director Resignation and Appointment - 30 June 2018

The Board of Quayside Holdings Limited and subsidiary boards would like to announce that Mary-Anne Macleod, who has been a director on the Board since 2011, resigned effective from 29 June 2018.

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Director Appointment 1 November 2017

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Director Resignation and Appointment 31 October 2017

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Director Appointment 1 November 2016

Quayside Holdings Limited is pleased to confirm the appointment of Mr Robert McLeod as Director of the Company and its subsidiaries, effective from 1 November 2016.  Mr McLeod is appointed as an independent director.

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Kiwifruit industry to benefit from new strategic alliance

New corporate shareholders for Opotiki Packing and Coolstorage Limited (OPAC) provide the company with a strategic advantage in the growing Eastern Bay of Plenty kiwifruit industry. Quayside Holdings Limited and Te Tumu Paeroa - the new Māori Trustee, will each own 10.1% of OPAC following agreement at a shareholders meeting yesterday.

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Private Ruling Granted

The Inland Revenue on 26 August 2013 granted a Private Ruling to Quayside Holdings and the Bay of Plenty Regional Council in regards the Quayside Holdings Limited issue of Perpetual Preference Shares...

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PPS Rate Reset 2017

12 March 2017 Quayside Holdings Limited advises that the Dividend Rate for the Perpetual Preference Shares (NZX listing QHLHA) has been reset at a rate of 4.32%. The rate reflects the three year interest rate swap plus a margin of 1.70%. The rate will be effective for the next three years, a period from 13 March 2017 to 12 March 2020. Dividends will continue to be paid quarterly in March, June, September and December. The first dividend paid at the new rate will be on 12 June 2017.

Click here to view Quayside Holdings Limited Preference Shares Rate Reset investors cover letter 2017 ( 358KB )

PPS Rate Reset 2014

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PPS Rate Reset 2011

Market Announcement

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Productivity Commission Favours Port of Tauranga Model

The New Zealand Productivity Commission speaks highly favourably of the Port of Tauranga Limited operating and ownership models in in January 2012 Draft Report on International Freight Transport Services

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