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Hutchison Port Holdings

Hutchison Port Holdings
Industry Logistics
Services Port operations
Parent Hutchison Whampoa

Hutchison Port Holdings is a private holding company incorporated in British Virgin Islands, it is the subsidiary of Hutchison Whampoa. In April 2006 Hutchison Whampoa sold 20% shares to PSA International, Hutchison Whampoa still owned 80%.

In 2005, HPH was the largest port operator in the world, with a 33.2 million TEU throughput, and 8.3% world market share.[1]

Some of HPH's businesses were spun off and listed in Singapore as HutchiHutchison Port Holdings Trust, a business trust under Singapore's Business Trusts Act.

Current port assets

City Country or Region Name Share
Buenos Aires Argentina Port of Buenos Aires (Terminal 5)[2] Wholly owned subsidiary
Brisbane Australia Port of Brisbane (Berths 11 & 12)[3] Wholly owned subsidiary
Sydney Australia Port Botany (Terminal 3)[4] Wholly owned subsidiary
Freeport Bahamas Freeport Container Port Limited Joint Venture (51%)
Willebroek Belgium Trimodal Container Terminal Belgium Subsidiary[5]
Alexandria Egypt Alexandria International Container Terminals Company Ltd. Joint Venture (50%)
EI Dekheila Egypt
Duisburg Germany Duisburger Container Terminal GmbH Subsidiary[5]
Hong Kong Hong Kong SAR, PRC Asia Port Services Wholly owned subsidiary
Hong Kong (Kwai Tsing District) Hong Kong SAR, PRC Kwai Tsing Container Terminals (CT4, CT6, CT7, CT9N)[6] Subsidiary (66.5%)
Hong Kong (Kwai Tsing District) Hong Kong SAR, PRC Kwai Tsing Container Terminals (CT8)[7] 2nd largest shares holder (33.3%) after COSCO Pacific
Hong Kong (Tuen Mun District) Hong Kong SAR, PRC River Trade Terminal Joint venture (50%) with Sun Hung Kai Properties
Jakarta Indonesia Jakarta International Container Terminal Joint Venture (51%)
Jakarta Indonesia Terminal Petikemas Koja Subsidiary
Karachi Pakistan Karachi International Container Terminal Subsidiary
Karachi Pakistan South Asia Pakistan Terminal Subsidiary
Taranto Italy Taranto Container Terminal S.p.A. Joint venture (50%)[8]
Busan Korea Republic Hutchison Busan Container Terminal Subsidiary[9]
Busan Korea Republic Hutchison Gamman Container Terminal Subsidiary[9]
Gwangyang Korea Republic Hutchison Kwangyang Container Terminal Subsidiary[9]
Gwangyang Korea Republic Korea International Terminals (Port Phase II) Subsidiary (89%)
Lazaro Cardenas Mexico Lázaro Cardenas Terminal Portuaria de Contenedores (LCTPC)
Port Klang Malaysia Westports Malaysia Sdn Bhd 2nd largest shares holder (30%) as of 2000[10]
Isle of Grain United Kingdom London Thamesport Wholly owned subsidiary
Harwich United Kingdom Harwich International Port Wholly owned subsidiary
Felixstowe United Kingdom Port of Felixstowe Wholly owned subsidiary


  1. ^ Marie-Hélène Le Rossignol (April 2007), Global Terminal Operators: An overview, 4. An Overview of the top 10 companies : Hutchinson Port Holdings (HPH), pp.8-9; 3. The top 10 GTO, Table 2 "GTO 2005 throughput", p.7 
  2. ^ As Buenos Aires Container Terminal Services S.A.
  3. ^ As Brisbane Container Terminal
  4. ^ As Sydney International Container Terminals
  5. ^ a b As a subsidiary of Europe Container Terminals B.V., a subsidiary of HPH (98%)
  6. ^ As Hongkong International Terminals Ltd.
  7. ^ As COSCO-HIT Terminals (Hong Kong) Limited, a joint venture (50-50) of COSCO Pacific and Hongkong International Terminals Ltd.
  8. ^ Hutchison Port Holdings
  9. ^ a b c As subsidiary of Hutchison Korea Terminals, a wholly owned subsidiary of HPH
  10. ^ "Hutchison Port Holdings acquires 30% stake of Westport Holdings". Hutchison Whampoa. 2000-09-26. Retrieved 2010-03-28. 

External links

  • "Hutchison Port Holdings", , official website
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