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Update on Hanjin Shipping Incident
Since the filing for receivership by Hanjin Shipping at Seoul District Court on 31 August 2016, Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT) has, without delay, set up a dedicated team and provided emergency services to assist shippers and forwarders to efficiently retrieve Hanjin containers. HIT has so far helped affected parties to retrieve more than 1,500 Hanjin containers, with approximately 400 inbound and outbound containers awaiting handling.
Hutchison Port Holdings Limited (HPH) has announced that its network of ports will be ready for full compliance with the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) amendments to the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) convention before it takes global effect on 1 July 2016....
Sustaining HIT’s Position as a Leading Transshipment Hub in South China
The accumulative barge throughput of Hongkong International Terminals Limited in 2015 (HIT) has topped 2 million TEU – the largest in the Pearl River Delta. And in setting a new handling record of 120 barges and 6,414 moves in a single day, HIT has reaffirmed its position as a leading transshipment hub in South China for Pearl River Delta cargoes.
Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) has officially launched its new global rebrand on 24 September 2016. The new company name and brand line – Hutchison Ports, the World’s Leading Port Network – was officiated by Mr Eric Ip, Group Managing Director, at a company event which was attended by senior Hutchison Ports executives from around the world.
The new brand underlines the Group’s long-established commitment to operate as a true global network, and its continued delivery of the highest standards of service to customers and partners. In addition to the name change, the rebrand includes a new logo to better reflect the company’s position in a rapidly changing world of ports and logistics. The logo represents the meeting point of sea and sky; with an upward angle to signify growth, innovation and ambition – those things that keep Hutchison Ports at the forefront. The new brand will make us more recognisable everywhere as a group, and enhance our reputation for leadership globally.