new-zealand

new-zealand

TRANSPORT FACT SHEET

  1. COUNTRY: New Zeland
  2. CAPITAL: Wellington
  3. GDP GROWTH RATE: 1.0% Growth Rate
  4. MAJOR COMMERCIAL CITIES: Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Dunedin
  5. MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Auckland International Airport, Christchurch International Airport, Dunedin International Airport, Queenstown International Airport, Wellington International Airport
  6. MAJOR SEAPORTS: Container ports: 
    Ports of Auckland (Auckland), Port of Tauranga (Tauranga), Napier, Wellington, Nelson, Lyttelton (Christchurch), Timaru, Port Chalmers (Dunedin), Bluff Other ports: Whang─ürei, Devonport (Auckland), Gisborne, New Plymouth, Whanganui, Picton, Westport, Greymouth Freshwater: Rotorua (Lake Rotorua), Taupo (Lake Taupo), Queenstown and Kingston (Lake Wakatipu), Te Anau and Manapouri (Lake Manapouri)
  7. RAIL AND ROADWAYS: There is a total of 3,898 km of railway line in New Zealand, built to the narrow gauge of 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in). Of this, 506 km is electrified. The national network's land is owned by New Zealand Railways Corporation, and the network owner and major rail transport operator is the state-owned enterprise KiwiRail. The state highway network is the principal road infrastructure connecting New Zealand urban centres. It is administered by the NZ Transport Agency.
  8. EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of New Zealand are Concentrated Milk ($5.73B), Sheep and Goat Meat ($2.62B), Rough Wood ($2.31B), Butter ($2.29B), and Frozen Bovine Meat ($2.09B),
  9. EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to China ($11.1B), Australia ($5.7B), United States ($3.78B), Japan($2.38B), and South Korea ($1.15B)
  10. IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of New Zealand are Cars ($2.94B), Crude Petroleum ($2.32B), Refined Petroleum ($1.67B), Delivery Trucks ($1.16B), and Gas Turbines ($1.01B),
  11. IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from China ($7.35B), Australia ($5.81B), United States ($3.65B), Japan($2.42B), and Germany ($2B)