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Hutchison Ports HIT

Hutchison Ports HIT, is a major container terminal operator in one of the world’s busiest ports – Hong Kong Kwai Tsing Port, with twelve berths at Terminals 4, 6, 7 and 9. HIT has continuously set industry benchmarks for productivity, efficiency and value-added services. Using modern management techniques, state-of-the-art computer systems and award winning IT applications, HIT has become a pinnacle of industry excellence.

port address

Terminal 4, Container Port Road South
Kwai Chung, Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2619 7888

www.hit.com.hk
 
News Release
30th January 2018

HIT’s Container Terminal 9 North launches remote-controlled operations

Container Terminal 9 (CT9) North in Tsing Yi held an opening ceremony today to mark the launch of its remote-controlled rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGCs) and automated container stacking system. This landmark development made CT9 North the first container terminal in Hong Kong where all yard cranes are operated remotely and the stacking of containers is fully automated at yard.

News Release
19th December 2016

Signing of Co-management Agreement Between Hutchison Port Holdings Trust and COSCO SHIPPING Ports Limited

Hutchison Port Holdings Trust and COSCO SHIPPING Ports Limited wish to make the announcement that Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT), COSCO-HIT Terminals (Hong Kong) Limited (CHT) and Asia Container Terminals Limited (ACT) have today entered into a formal collaboration for the efficient co-management and operation of 16 berths across Terminals 4, 6, 7, 8 and […]

News Release
15th September 2016

Update on Hanjin Shipping Incident

Since the filing for receivership by Hanjin Shipping at Seoul District Court on 31 August 2016, Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT) has, without delay, set up a dedicated team and provided emergency services to assist shippers and forwarders to efficiently retrieve Hanjin containers. HIT has so far helped affected parties to retrieve more than 1,500 Hanjin containers, with approximately 400 inbound and outbound containers awaiting handling.