News Release
12th March 2001

Port provides Classroom Boost

The Port of Felixstowe has provided a major boost to the development of a new classroom at Trimley St Martin Primary School.

News Release
9th March 2001

6,500 TEU M/V “Hyundai Kingdom” Calls at HIT

Hongkong International Terminals (HIT) recently handled the 6,500 TEU MV “Hyundai Kingdom”, the largest Hyundai vessel ever to call at HIT

News Release
5th March 2001

LINE acquires leading UK-based transportation management specialist

LINE – Logistics Information Network Enterprise Limited has acquired Cambridge-based Cairo Technologies, a transport-management software specialist.

News Release
13th February 2001

Felixstowe Orders More RTGs

The Port of Felixstowe is to acquire a further eight Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGs) for its Trinity Terminal. The new cranes, manufactured by Fantuzzi Reggiane in Italy, will be capable of stacking containers one over five high.

News Release
30th January 2001

QC Shipping Launches First Ever Direct Shipping Link Between Indonesia and Bangladesh at JICT

The first new shipping line customer of the year for JICT, QC Shipping is Bangladesh’s largest shipping line and operates an extensive service network throughout South Asia.

News Release
17th January 2001

School Teacher Completes Disney Marathon

We gained worldwide exposure as she carried the Lucayan Harbour Cruise Facility’s name on the back of her running jersey, and helped to promote the harbour and Grand Bahama as she participated,” said Mike Power, General Manager.

News Release
10th January 2001

Port of Felixstowe Helps Local Disabled Community

With help from the Port, Felixstowe Area Community Transport Scheme (FACTS) have purchased a wheelchair-adapted MPV.

News Release
9th January 2001

HIT Purchases 3 Super Post-Panamax Quayside Cranes from Shanghai’s ZPMC

In a contract signing ceremony which was jointly organised by HIT and ZPMC, HIT’s Managing Director Mr Eric Ip commented that the ceremony signified the mutual trust and cooperation between HIT and ZPMC.