News Release
2nd April 2019

KA Petra Signs Heads of Agreement with Hutchison Ports to Jointly Develop the World’s Largest Ship-to-Ship Transfer Hub

KA Petra Sdn Bhd (‘’KA Petra’’ or ‘’the Company’’), Malaysia’s pioneer and leading Ship-to-Ship (“STS”) transfer specialist, today signed a Heads of Agreement (“HOA”) with Hutchison Port Holdings Limited (“Hutchison Ports”) as a strategic partner to jointly develop the world’s largest Ship-to-Ship Transfer Hub in Malaysia.

News Release
30th January 2019

Hutchison Ports Officially Opens Terminal D at Laem Chabang Port in Thailand

Hutchison Ports Thailand, the leading port operator in Thailand, officially opened its Terminal D facility at Laem Chabang Port, Chonburi.
Already attracting some of the world’s largest ocean going container vessels, Terminal D’s world leading remote control technology will significantly boost Hutchison Ports Thailand’s operational efficiency and productivity, heralding a new era for Thailand as a global shipping hub.

News Release
28th January 2019


A new intermodal rail freight service connecting the Port of Felixstowe with the Birch Coppice terminal in the Midlands has been launched by GB Railfreight.


News Release
6th November 2018

Top Ocean Carriers and Terminal Operators Initiate Blockchain Consortium

Nine leading ocean carriers and terminal operators today signed a formal statement of intent for a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to form a consortium to develop the Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN), an open digital platform based on distributed ledger technology.

News Release
2nd September 2018


Hutchison Logistics (HK) Limited (Hutchison Logistics), a member of Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (HPH Trust), yesterday signed a Framework Agreement on the “Southern Transport Corridor – Hong Kong-Chongqing Ocean-Rail Intermodal Logistics Cooperation” with CCI Eurasia Land Bridge Logistics Development Co. Ltd., that supports the Belt and Road Initiative, and aims for all-round co-operation in various fields.

News Release
17th May 2018

Hutchison Ports Yantian wins Best Container Terminal Asia at AFLAS Awards 2018

Hutchison Ports Yantian was named the Best Container Terminal Asia (over 4 million TEUs) at the 2018 Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain (AFLAS) Awards presented on 15 May at the Wanda Reign on the Bund Hotel in Shanghai. The awards, hosted and organised annually by Asia Cargo News, recognise leading service providers including air and shipping lines, airports and sea ports, logistics, 3PLs and other associated industry professionals.

News Release
8th May 2018

Hutchison Ports Introduces US$600-Million Terminal D

Hutchison Ports Thailand, the leading port operator in Thailand, today at a media briefing introduced its US$600 million Terminal D facility at Laem Chabang, featuring the world’s first container terminal that will be fully equipped with remote control technologies.

News Release
9th April 2018

Freeport Receives Three New Quay Cranes Restoring to Full Terminal Operation

Hutchison Ports FCP is pleased to announce the arrival of three new Super Post Panamax Ship to Shore cranes from China . The new equipment will bring back FCP’s fleet size to 10 quay cranes and is expected to restore full terminal operations.

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
22nd January 2018

BEST Raises its Game

Hutchison Ports BEST terminal in Barcelona has increased its ability to handle the world’s largest container ships by increasing the height of three ship-to-shore gantry cranes at the semi-automated terminal.

The move reflects current market trends towards an ever increasing number of 18,000+ TEU vessels with greater stack heights for containers loaded above deck.