• Hutchison Ports fulfilled its commitment and is operating 100% at the New Terminal.

    4 February, 2020

    Hutchison Ports ICAVE fully accomplished with the commitment to deliver, in a timely manner, the 42 hectares it used in the South Bay as a Specialized Container Terminal. The agreement concluded with the Integral Port Administration of Veracruz (APIVER) established December 28th, 2019 as the deadline for the delivery of the current terminal located in […]

  • Hutchison Ports ICAVE starts operations in the new port of Veracruz!

    1 July, 2019

    We proudly announce that the first operation of Hutchison Ports ICAVE within the modernization of the Port of Veracruz was carried out on July 1st, starting at 6:30 am, receiving the ship “WHITE SHARK” of the Shipping Line CMA – CGM It landed around 8:20 am and unloading officially the first of millions of containers that will arrive at […]

  • HAMBURG SÜD baptizes “POLAR MEXICO” in the New Port.

    2 May, 2019

    Last Saturday, April 27, Hamburg Süd baptized the container vessel “Polar Mexico” in the port of  Veracruz.  The vessel’s Godmother was Mrs. Claudia Dávila, wife of Carlos Ayala, Director of  Logistics and Distribution Alpek Polyester, A subsidiary of Group Alfa, one of the biggest Mexican corporates in the country. “Mexico is one of the most important economies […]

  • Hutchison Ports launches Customer Port

    2 May, 2019

    Dear Clients and Friends, Each day, the Logistic Industry demands more and more technological innovations ad-hoc to the challenges it pursues; a reason why Hutchison Ports Mexico is launching “Customer Port”, a platform designed to manage all client requests efficiently, in order to provide a positive service experience. During the month of May, all the […]

  • Hutchison ports TIMSA invests 2.5 million dollars in rotainers

    12 March, 2019

    Hutchison Ports TIMSA in Manzanillo made an investment of 2.5 million dollars for the purchase of 200 flip-up containers (rotainers) and 2 revolver-type spreaders, which are designed to transport and handle bulk mineral. With this acquisition, Hutchison Ports TIMSA will have a total team of 340 special containers and 4 revolvers, with the aim of increasing the productivity […]

  • HUTCHISON PORTS EIT increases its port equipment in Ensenada.

    15 January, 2019

    HUTCHISON PORTS EIT increases its port equipment in Ensenada. Ensenada´s Cargo terminal EIT, laid out a plan  to upgrade the response capacity of the port of Ensenada. The strategy considered the replacement of two QC cranes dating from 1978 with 2 new generation QC cranes from Hutchison Ports LCT terminal. With this, the terminal’s reach […]

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