Hutchison Ports enters into a joint venture to operate Jakarta International Container Terminals in Indonesia.

Acquisition of a stake in Europe Container Terminals in the Netherlands.


Hutchison Ports acquires London Thamesport and Harwich International Port, both of which are located on the UK’s east coast.

HIT, Asia Container Terminals and Modern Terminals signs a land grant with the government for the development of Container Terminal 9.


Freeport Container Port (FCP) in the Bahamas officially opens.

Hutchison Ports is awarded a concession to operate the Ports of Cristobal and Balboa in Panama.


HIT is offered rights by the government to build and operate two berths at the Container Terminal 9 at Tsing Yi Island.

Hutchison Ports and River Trade Terminal sign joint venture.

Acquisition of a stake in Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa.

Hutchison Ports Xiamen and Xiamen Haicang Port Services Company enter into an agreement to own and operate two berths in Haicang.


A new Chinese joint venture, Jiangmen International Container Terminals (JMCT) begins operations.


In Hong Kong, Hutchison Ports is formed to hold and manage the port and related interests of the diversified Hutchison Whampoa Limited.

Hutchison Delta Ports is formed to oversee the Group's river and coastal ports in China.

Hutchison Ports acquires a stake in Mid-Stream Holdings in Hong Kong.

In the Caribbean, a joint venture with the Bahamian authorities results in the creation of the Freeport Harbour Company.

The COSCO-HIT joint venture at Container Terminal 8 East commence operations.

HIT’s annual container throughput reaches 4 million TEU.


Hutchison Whampoa and Port of Yantian sign joint venture agreement to own, operate and develop Yantian port.


Hutchison Whampoa takes a 50 per cent stake in Shanghai's container port.


HIT partners with China Ocean Shipping Company to joinly develop, own and operate Kwai Chung Container Terminal 8 East.

Hutchison Whampoa through HIT acquires Port of Felixstowe in the United Kingdom.