2006

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News Release
28th July 2006

The Port of Felixstowe Welcomes Another Record Breaker

The Port of Felixstowe has welcomed the inaugural call of the world’s largest container ship, the CSCL Xin Los Angeles, operated by China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL) of Shanghai.

News Release
27th June 2006

Trinity Wins Top Award

The Port of Felixstowe’s Trinity Terminal has been named “Freight Facility of the Year” at the annual IFW Freighting Industry Awards

News Release
18th June 2006

Gdynia Container Terminal Celebrates Official Opening

On 17th June, Gdynia Container Terminal S.A. (GCT), a subsidiary of Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH), celebrated the official opening of Stage One operations at its facility in the Port of Gdynia, Poland.

News Release
1st June 2006

HPH and Grupo Mestre Awarded the Concession To Develop Prat Pier Container Terminal in Spain

TERCAT has been awarded the concession by the Barcelona Port Authority to build and operate the new container terminal, Prat Pier Container Terminal, at the Port of Barcelona, Spain.

News Release
30th May 2006

JICT Donates US$100,000 to Central Java Earthquake Victims

Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT), a joint venture between Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) and P.T. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (PELINDO II), through its “JICT Care” programme will contribute US$100,000 in cash to the victims affected by this tragedy.

News Release
21st April 2006

HWL sells stake in HPH and HPI

The net proceeds from the transaction will be used for HWL’s general working purposes.

News Release
20th April 2006

The World’s Biggest Container Ship calls at the Port of Felixstowe

On Thursday 20th April 2006 the Port of Felixstowe welcomed the inaugural call of world’s largest containership, the COSCO Ningbo.

News Release
1st April 2006

Secretary of U.S. Homeland Security Visits HIT

Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) hosted a terminal visit for Michael Chertoff, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, at its flagship operation in Hong Kong, Hongkong International Terminals (HIT).

News Release
1st February 2006

Hutchison Ports Gets the Go-ahead for the Felixstowe South Reconfiguration

The development will see the conversion of the Port’s original Dock Basin, an area previously used by P&O North Sea Ferries, and the existing Landguard Terminal, into a new deep-sea container terminal.

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