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  • Water Pollution In New Zealand Essay

    According to Orsman, B. (2002) from 2002, approximately seventy five million litres of water has been acquired at Tuakau daily, it is filtered and travels thirty eight kilometres to get to Auckland, it is then fused with its own water, and makes eight percentage of the city’s water demand in the years 2010 and 2011. At the end of 2012, this rose to one hundred and twenty five litres, then it was increased another 30 million litres the following…

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  • Light Rail Transit Case Study

    Dispenses with the effect of street activity decelerating to turn left. • Minimizes blockage and stopping effects. Light rail in Auckland could convey 450 individuals for every vehicle at a recurrence of one each…

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  • Ben & Jerry's Ice Creams

    One of the main advantages of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream in New Zealand is that they not only provide an all natural product, but their ingredients are ethically sourced as well. A few competitors such as MovenPick, New Zealand Natural, and Deep South use natural ingredients. However, neither company mentioned using ethically sourced ingredients. In addition, Ben & Jerry will differentiate themselves because they will be one of the only “fun” ice cream parlors. New Zealand has average and highly…

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  • Causes Of The Vietnam War

    The Vietnam war (1950 - 1975) was a significant event for New Zealand and its involvement in it. It was commonly known as the Second Indochina War. It was the first time that New Zealand had not allied with its usual countries e.g.Great Britain. The Vietnam War was fought between North Vietnam/Viet Cong (communist - run by Ho Chi Minh) and American ran South Vietnam. As the war raged on in the early 1960’s, and the Viet Cong got closer and closer to the south, namely Saigon, America decided to…

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  • Electric Trains Case Study

    Electrical trains transport systems are the most widely used forms of transport especially in major cities all over the world (Mraz, 2011). They are more efficient and enable transportation of a big number of passengers at once. This research focuses on electric trains that use the 25Kv AC railway electrification system. The current state-of-the-art electric train systems High-speed (HS) train technology is the current state-of-the-art in electric train transport systems. High-speed trains are…

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  • Tnz Marketing Objectives

    has been successful in positioning New Zealand as an aspirational destination in our key markets. TNZ found that 70% of international visitors go through Auckland airport so they have positioned Auckland to be appealing gateway for the rest of New Zealand. Auckland is position as an internationally competitive city. This means that Auckland needs to have a world class airport with terminals for cruise ships and have efficient…

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  • Collier And Evans Value Chain

    We live in an age that is highly competitive, so competitive that the only distinct difference customers know between competitors is their company name, but everything else about the product is either similar or the same. For example, in the Auckland market there would be many other companies selling similar bikes. So with innovation, Peddle and Power can distinguish itself apart from its competitors with the E-bikes, which is an idea that is different from the normal bikes (Collier & Evans,…

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  • Muririwai Case Study

    Muriwai is on the west coast of the Auckland Region in the North Island of New Zealand. It is due west of the Hauraki Gulf on the east coast and about mid-way between the entrances to the Auckland harbour (north) and the Manukau harbour (south). Maori Bay (to the south) is separated from Muriwai Beach and Otakamiro Point, with its steep cliffs and rocky nesting areas. The environment under study is about 3km long, from the Okiritoto stream in the north to Maori Bay in the south. Muriwai Coastal…

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  • The Success And Risks Of Logistics In New Zealand

    ports into which most ocean charters and liners will deliver products to. Two, Lyttelton and Otago are located on the South Island while the other four, Auckland, Tauranga, Napier and Wellington are located on the North Island. Auckland, Tauranga and Lyttelton are the largest three respectively and receive over 3 million tons of freight annually. Auckland alone took in 610,000 tons in 2014 according to Champion Freight’s article on New Zealand’s ports. While ports help solve the importing and…

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  • Drift Light Essay

    Objectives As a new competitor in the lighting market we need to make a strong entrance into the market with clear objectives to guide us to success. The Drift Light being a new product to the market needs marketing objectives to ensure consumer knowledge of the product and financial objectives to facilitate further product and expansion of the product. Action programs Product The Drift Light is a modern twist on the standard light bulb. It is a new advancement in lighting technology and a…

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