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PORT OF QUÉBEC ANNOUNCES DEAL WITH HUTCHISON PORTS AND CN RAIL TO DEVELOP NEW $775 MILLION CONTAINER TERMINAL
The Québec Port Authority (“QPA”) is proud to announce the signing of a long-term commercial agreement with Hutchison Ports, the world’s leading port network, and CN (Canadian National Railway), the leading North American transportation and supply chain company, to build and operate the new container terminal, known as project Laurentia (previously Beauport 2020).
This agreement increases Hutchison Ports’ global network to 52 ports spanning 27 countries including the United Kingdom, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Australia, China, Pakistan, Egypt, Argentina, Mexico and Panama. Hutchison Ports plays a strong role in the maritime industry worldwide and handles close to 85 million TEU per year, representing approximately 11% of the global containerised cargo trade.
HUTCHISON PORTS ACHIEVES 1.3 BILLION TEU THROUGHPUT MILESTONE AS IT CELEBRATES 50th ANNIVERSARY
Hutchison Ports, the world’s leading port investor, developer and operator, announced at its 50th anniversary cocktail reception that it has achieved a cumulative global throughput of 1.3 billion TEU – the world’s first operator to have achieved such milestone. If those containers were to be lined up end-to-end, they would go around the earth almost two hundred times. ...
Hutchison Ports BEST terminal increases its capacity
BEST container terminal in the Port of Barcelona, received 6 new Automated Stacking Cranes (ASC) from the Finnish supplier Konecranes, thereby increasing its storage capacity from 24 to 27 automated blocks. Currently, these blocks are being assembled and tested and they are expected to be fully operational in June this year.
These cranes are electric and move on rails, like most of the terminal´s equipment, since Hutchison Ports has been committed since the beginning to build an efficient and environmentally sustainable terminal in the Port of Barcelona....