NEW Facility Taking Shape in the Taranaki

We are excited to announce the new build of our full-service office and warehouse facility on De Havilland Drive, New Plymouth from which we will deliver a full suite of premium removal and storage services right to the heart of the Taranaki.


For over 35 years NZ Van Lines has been servicing the Taranaki region, for the last six years this has been from our offices in Oropuriri Road, Waiwhakaiho.

New Plymouth is the ideal location for NZ Van Lines to construct a new cutting-edge full-service moving and storage facility since it has one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing populations and an economy that has consistently outperformed all other regions.

The Taranaki is home to more than 117,000 people, a number that is expected to rise as more individuals and families relocate there in search of the region’s ideal lifestyle, high average salary, and new business prospects.

Mark Pitcher, Group Managing Director commented, “Our growth in the Taranaki region has been strong, based on brand recognition and reputation for a very high standard of moving and storage services. To cater for the growth expected in the Taranaki region and to provide best in class facilities it was timely due to our lease expiry to purpose build a high stud Green warehouse, with room to grow that will see us through the next decade.”

Build of NZ Van Lines New Plymouth

Moving to a sustainable future


We’re leading the transformation of New Zealand’s moving and storage industry to a sustainable future. NZ Van Lines New Plymouth is the second 100% solar powered office and warehouse facility followed by NZ Van Lines Palmerston North in the relocation and storage business to be built in New Zealand.

Our new ‘state of the art’ office and warehouse building at 191 De Havilland Drive, Bell Block is underway and scheduled for opening in March 2023. Stay tuned for further updates.

Moving to or from New Plymouth? Request a moving quote online or call our Moving Specialists on: 0800 36 22 36

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