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Netlogix Limited

Netlogix is on the move!

As of Monday 3 July 2017, you will find Netlogix at Level 2, 632 Great South Road, Ellerslie, Auckland, just two minutes' walk from our old location.

Please update your records so you know how to find us, stop in to say hello and see the new space!

All of our contact numbers are unchanged.

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1 May 2017

Netlogix Limited have reached an agreement with Ports of Auckland with regards to the future of Nexus Logistics. Ports of Auckland have acquired Netlogix’s 50% shareholding of Nexus Logistics and its 100% subsidiary CONLINXX. Please see the link below for the POAL media release.

“This allows both POAL and Netlogix to accelerate the investment and growth in their targeted supply chain strategies continue to collaborate through a strategic alliance which provides access to hubs and sheds at port.”

What does this mean
• Netlogix, POAL and Nexus are continuing to be collaborative partners
• Netlogix will continue to offer container logistics solutions as part of the overall solutions and partner with Nexus to provide it
• Nexus cargo logistics requirements will be managed using the Netlogix freight services
• Netlogix will continue to have access to POAL hub network and sheds to provide services to our customers

Effectively there is no change to how we use to operate in the market, but will help accelerate the growth for both companies.

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Netlogix was pleased to sponsor the very successful WISTA NZ event held in Auckland on Thursday 17 March 2016 at Snapdragon Bar.

The event was very well attended and the presentation by Tom Street (Intent Group, was very well received.

Big thanks for Liz Bentley and the team at WISTA for a well organised evening. 

For more information on WISTA go to:

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Check out the new Nexus Logistics website ...

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Netlogix is pleased to sponsor the WISTA NZ Event to be held in Auckland on Thursday 17 March 2016:


"Shipping’s traditional brick and mortar business foundation is under threat at many levels."

"Logistics companies' models will need to rapidly adjust to the changing marketplaces."

"In less than 10 years’ time, many of the jobs held today will no longer exist."

What does this all mean for us? The coming WISTA events will focus on "the future shape of business and how this will impact on our careers" as its main theme. So what are the trends, how will they drive business change, and what skills and capabilities do we need to navigate and succeed in the rapidly changing world?

Tom Street (Intent Group, has agreed to give a presentation to WISTA at the event. He will look at the impact of the emerging Mega-Trends in the supply chain on shipping and logistics. Tom’s presentation will focus on emerging mega-trends such as:
• Global uncertainty, volatility & complexity
• Collaborative Crowd Sourcing /Crypto currencies & Crypto payment
• Logistics Innovations/ Supply Chain de stressing
• Cradle to Cradle / Circular Economy /Environmental concerns over resource use
• BIG DATA/Web 3.0
• The internet of things
• Omni Channel Business Models/ Less B2B & more B2C
And that’s just to name a few! Which trends will take hold, which will fall away, which will evolve and or merge.

Thursday 17 March 2016.
Doors will be open from 5.30pm.
Tom's presentation will start at 6pm and run for approximately an hour.

Snapdragon Bar, 204 Quay St, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland

Please rsvp to:

For more information on WISTA go to:

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15 December 2015

Chinthaka (Chin) Abeywickrama, Chief Executive and Executive Director of transport and logisitcs company Netlogix was appointed to the Napier Port Board at the Port’s annual general meeting yesterday.
Prior to launching Netlogix in 2013, Mr Abeywickrama was Chief Executive Officer of Fonterra subsidiary Dairy Transport Logistics, Chief Operating Officer of Wellington International Airport, and held various senior management roles at Carter Holt Harvey.
Napier Port Chairman, Alasdair MacLeod said, “With 25 years’ experience in freight, shipping and logistics, Chin brings a wealth of experience in efficient supply chain management. 
“I am confident his skills will strengthen our Board and provide positive benefits to central New Zealand’s importers and exporters who rely on the Port to get their products to market quickly and cost-effectively,” he says. 
Mr Abeywickrama replaces John Shaskey who retired from the Board due to unforeseen health reasons on 31 August 2015.
At the AGM, Wendie Harvey was also reappointed Napier Port Director for a further three year term after joining the Board in 2013.

More information about Napier Port
•         Napier Port is the largest port in central New Zealand, the fourth largest container terminal in the country, handling over 256,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) per annum and is a crucial part of New Zealand’s export-led economy with a strong focus on food and fibre. 

For media enquires contact: Mr Garth Cowie, Chief Executive on 06 8334 400

DDI +64 6 833 4643 C +64 21 383150 W

Breakwater Road, PO Box 947, Napier 4140, New Zealand

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Chin - The National Business Review on 'Increased collaboration driving efficiencies'.

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Netlogix team at the AUT Business School 2015 Excellence in Business Support Awards gala dinner.
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