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How to get to Glenbrook Steel Mill in Auckland and Hamilton by Train, Bus or Ferry?

Directions to Glenbrook Steel Mill (Auckland and Hamilton) with public transport

The following transport lines have routes that pass near Glenbrook Steel Mill

  • Bus Bus: Bus - 396

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  • Which Bus lines stop near Glenbrook Steel Mill?

    These Bus lines stop near Glenbrook Steel Mill: Bus - 396.

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Glenbrook Steel Mill
Glenbrook Steel Mill New Zealand Steel Limited is the owner of the Glenbrook Steel Mill, the steel mill located 40 kilometres south of Auckland, in Glenbrook, New Zealand. The mill was constructed in 1968 and began producing steel products in 1969. Currently, the mill produces 650 000 tonnes of steel a year which is either domesticity used or exported. Over 90% of New Zealand's steel requirements are produced at Glenbrook while the remaining volume is produced by Pacific Steel, a steel recycling facility in Otahuhu, Auckland. The mill is served by the Mission Bush Branch railway line, which was formerly a branch line to Waiuku. Coal and lime trains arrive daily. Steel products are also transported daily. The mill employs 1,150 full-time staff and 200 semi-permanent contractors. New Zealand Steel is notable due to its unique utilization of ironsand as its ore. Because ironsand is a low grade ore with many contaminants, the mill's primary plants' operations and equipment are unusual.
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