2004

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News Release
23rd December 2004

XICT Welcomes Mega-size Vessel

On 20 December 2004, the 8,450-TEU M.V. “P&O Nedlloyd Mondriaan” made its inaugural call at XICT.

News Release
21st December 2004

Port of Felixstowe Waves Farewell to Finnlines’ Baltic Eider

After 14 years of calls at Felixstowe, the 1A Super Ice Class ro/ro vessel has been retired from Finnlines’ service.

News Release
22nd November 2004

Thamesport Welcomes Fourth Train Operator

Thamesport (London) Limited is celebrating the introduction of a fourth Train Operating Company, to add to the range of rail services available from one of the UK’s leading container ports.

News Release
15th November 2004

Port of Felixstowe Celebrates Trinity III.2 Completion

The extension increases the total quay length at Trinity Terminal to 2,354 metres, making it one of Europe’s longest continuous container terminals.

News Release
22nd October 2004

HPH Makes Acquisition in Poland

Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) is pleased to announce that it has entered into agreements to acquire a majority stake in Wolny Obszar Gospodarczy (WOG), a general cargo terminal in the Port of Gdynia, Poland, with a plan to develop it into a container terminal.

News Release
7th October 2004

HIT Celebrates 100th Day of Outstanding Performance

Reaching a goal set earlier this year, HIT has recorded over 100 days in which the average quay crane productivity surpassed 35 moves an hour.

News Release
6th October 2004

HPH Develops Six Container Terminals in Thailand

Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement today with the Port Authority of Thailand to develop six container terminals in the Laem Chabang Port.

News Release
30th September 2004

Port of Felixstowe Welcomes CSCL Europe

The Port of Felixstowe welcomed China Shipping Container Lines’ newest ship, the ‘CSCL Europe’, on its maiden voyage from China and the Far East.

News Release
29th September 2004

SIPG and the HPH Group Enter Joint Venture Agreement to Develop Waigaoqiao Phase V

The newly formed company – Shanghai Mingdong Container Terminals Limited – is a new joint venture between SIPG and Hutchison Ports Waigaoqiao Limited, a subsidiary of the HPH Group, with 50-50 shareholding arrangement.

News Release
23rd September 2004

Port of Felixstowe Takes Delivery of New Crane

The Port of Felixstowe took delivery of a further Ship-to-Shore Gantry Crane (SSGC) on Wednesday 22nd September 2004, from Zhenhua Port Machinery Company (ZPMC) of Shanghai.

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