Hutchison Ports expands its cooperation with the Egyptian Government through the initialing of concession agreements for two new concessions to operate world-class container terminals in Ain Sokhna Port and El Dekheila Port.
Port of Felixstowe becomes the largest UK port to deploy 5G technology and the Internet of Things. The port deploys its first autonomous trucks (AT) into mixed traffic container terminal operations and is the first port in Europe to introduce AT to container terminal operations.
Hutchison Ports Jazan in Saudi Arabia commences operations to the new multipurpose terminal in September.
Hutchison Ports Thailand and Nawarat Patanakarn Public Company Limited signs a contract for the construction of the remaining phases of Terminal D at Laem Chabang. The six autonomous truck (AT) operating at Terminal D handles over 120,000 moves of containers since 2020 and the port receives an addition of nine new AT with improved specifications to the existing fleet, moving towards its smart port transformation.
Hutchison Ports YANTIAN accommodates six 400-metres long vessels simultaneously for the first time after berth upgrade. YANTIAN can handle six 200,000-DWT-class vessels at the same time. The port also receives the world’s largest LNG-powered containership for the first time in South China and becomes the fourth port in the world capable of providing LNG bunkering service.
Huizhou Port Industrial Corporation new 50,000-tonne oil terminal receives the import/export approval certificate from relevant local government departments, indicating the new terminal has gain approval for commercial foreign trade.