• Mt Maunganui


    Bulk Storage Terminals Limited (BST) Mount Maunganui is located at New Zealand’s busiest port.
    Port of Tauranga is New Zealand’s most important central gateway to and from international markets to
    the local market and manufacturers.  BST Mt Maunganui has the capacity
    to expand and meet customer requirements and growing market demands. We work closely with industry
    engineering, and health and safety experts to deliver sustainable solutions to complex and
    unique customer storage requirements.


    NUMBER OF TANKS:     31 Tanks

    TANK CAPACITY:   100m3 to 2650m3

    WHARF TO SHORE:  Three stainless steel wharf pipelines discharging product simultaneously


    • Class 8 (Corrosives)- Acids, Alkalis
    • Class 3 (Flammables)- Avgas, Ethanol, Fuels
    • Vegetable Oils
    • Tallow
    • Other


    • A New Zealand Customs bonded site
    • Licenced MPI transitional facility
    • Location Test Certificate
    • LRQA ISO:9001 Accreditation


    • Filling and labelling of 200 litre drums, Pallecons, IBC’s, ISO tanks
    • The loading and discharge of road tanker trucks
    • Mixing and blending of bulk liquids products as per requirement
    • Pipeline transfer directly to local manufacturing
    • Hot and cold storage facilities
    • Mixing and blending of bulk liquids products as required



    The terminal operates at the highest safety and environmental industry standards. BST provides continuous training to staff and operators to ensure these standards are upheld.

    The Health and Safety at Work (Major Hazards Facilities) Regulations 2016 requires businesses that store above threshold quantities of specified hazardous substances to comply with provisions laid out within the regulations.

    BST Mount Maunganui is designated a lower tier type 2 major hazard facility (MHF).

    As operators of a lower tier facility we have prepared and implemented  a Major Accident Prevention Policy (MAPP).

    This document defines Bulk Storage Terminal’s (BST) policy and commitments to ensure the risk from major incidents at its Mount Maunganui Terminal will be minimised so far as is reasonably practicable (SFAIRP) for the life of the facility.


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