11th January 2018
Latest Expansion Begins at Port of Felixstowe
The Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, Secretary of State for Transport, has officiated at a formal ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of work on the latest phase of expansion at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe.
Approximately 13 hectares of new paved container yard is to be constructed directly behind Berth 9 at the UK’s largest container port. The work will include the reclamation of 3.2 hectares of seabed.
3rd January 2018
Hutchison Ports Acquires 50% stake in TMA Logistics B.V.
Hutchison Ports has acquired a 50% shareholding in TMA Logistics B.V. (“TMA”).
TMA has a variety of general cargo terminal operations together with warehousing, shipping, logistics and project cargo activities at three sites in Amsterdam and one in Antwerp as well as at Hutchison Ports Amsterdam (formerly known as Amsterdam Container Terminals(ACT)).
10th November 2017
6th November 2017
Hutchison Ports Celebrates New Terminal Operation at Saqr Port in Ras Al Khaimah
Hutchison Ports is pleased to announce the official commencement of its terminal operation at Saqr Port in the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah (RAK), located in the northern United Arab Emirates (UAE). Under the new concession agreement, concluded under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, Hutchison Ports will operate the facility for a period of 25 years. The terminal will operate under the name Hutchison Ports RAK.
16th October 2017
Port of Felixstowe Rail Improvements Receive Go-ahead
The latest enhancements to Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe’s rail connections have been given the green light by the Secretary of State for Transport.
The £60.4m scheme, jointly funded by Network Rail and Hutchison Ports, will allow up to 47 freight trains to run per day in each direction between Ipswich and Felixstowe.
28th September 2017
Port of Felixstowe wins Port Operator of the Year
Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe won the Port Operator of the Year at the Lloyd’s List Global Awards presented last night at the National Maritime Museum in London.
The Port of Felixstowe won the award for a combination of its innovation, focus on reducing CO2, improved safety and emphasis on rail, helping to reduce road congestion.
15th September 2017
Latest Phase of Expansion at the Port of Felixstowe
A contract will be awarded today for the latest phase of expansion at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe.
VolkerFitzpatrick Limited will be appointed to undertake the design and construction of approximately 13 hectares of paved container yard directly behind Berth 9. The work will include the reclamation of 3.2 hectares of seabed behind the existing finger pier.
12th September 2017
100th Mega Ship of 2017 Arrives at the Port of Felixstowe
Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe will welcome its 100th 18,000+ TEU vessel of 2017 on Thursday this week as the UK’s maritime industry celebrates London International Shipping Week (LISW).
The 18,270 TEU Matz Maersk is operated by Maersk Line on the 2M Alliance’s AE10/NEU2 service between Europe and Asia.
8th September 2017
US$450 Million invested on the New Port of Veracruz
With an investment estimated on 450 million dollars, the first stage of the Specialized Container Terminal (TEC) along with the a75% advance , the New Port of Veracruz has become a reality, as it was informed by Mr. Jorge Magno Lecona , Executive Director of Hutchison Ports.The directive , in presence of Mr. Ramón Poo Gil , major of Veracruz, as well as distinguished authorities and company members, stated that phase 1 of the project will be inaugurated on June 30th , 2018; It will have state of the art technology and spaces to perform maneuvers required by big-sized vessels carrying containers.
16th August 2017
London Thamesport Receives First Train Move for Armitt Group
The first train has arrived at Hutchison Ports London Thamesport bringing steel coil for UK shipping agent and logistics company, The Armitt Group. Operated by DB Cargo, this is the first train to use the Group’s fully integrated 120,000 square feet specialist handling facility at the port.
1,000 tonnes of steel coil was transported by rail from the Tata Steel manufacturing plant in South Wales. The steel is due to leave the port by road, destined for customers throughout Europe.