Welcome to OPPORTUNITY, Hutchison Ports new corporate magazine, providing in depth news, analysis and opinion from industry leaders from the world of shipping and logistics. We will also bring you the latest news about developments from Hutchison Ports global network.

In this issue we cover the launch of the ubi app, part of Hutchison Ports’ major initiative to integrate waterside, yard and landside operations. We take a closer look the reasons behind the company’s rebranding as well as new developments in dynamic Middle East and African regions.

Leading industry experts also provide their insight into e-commerce, shifting global trade patterns and ship finance.

UNITY is the foundation of our success.

The rebranding of Hutchison Ports has its foundations in the company’s unity of thought and purpose which has provided the platform for our success...

Hutchison Ports rolls out ubi app to drive efficiency through integration.

The ubi app is part of Hutchison Ports’ major initiative to integrate waterside, yard and landside operations through a new app powered by nGen...

Middle East ports vital link in Hutchison Ports’ Strategy for Growth

The Middle East and Africa are crucial regions for China’s New Maritime Silk Road under the One Belt, One Road initiative, as the region is rich in resources and has high growth potential...

Hutchison Ports Rebranding… more than a change of sign.

On 24 September 2016, a rebranding exercise was launched in the presence of Hutchison Ports executives from around the world witnessing the revelation of a new brand identity - Hutchison Ports...

E-commerce driving surge in technology innovation.

The rise of e-commerce has opened the door to many innovations in many industries and companies involved in supply chain logistics are looking at how technology can help them handle the volumes and time expectations of customers...

Shipowners must be prepared and equipped for new challenges.

The last few years have seen an increase in the number of regulations from the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), addressing safety, security and the environment. Shipowners, already struggling because...

Low growth trap more serious than protectionism.

The world trading environment is entering a new phase of protectionism. In order to boost its own manufacturing sector, US President Donald Trump plans to roll back globalisation and put up barriers to trade...

Shipping investors take a wait-and-see approach.

With the recent downturn and turbulence in the shipping industry, shipowners are finding that financing vessels is becoming more difficult. Banks and private equity investors...