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Wednesday, July 25, 2018: Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed nearly fifty participants from Panyapiwat Technological College. The group visited HPT’s C1C2 Terminal to learn more about port management and the new technology being implemented at the port. During this visit, participants were presented with Hutchison Ports business group and HPT’s overview of Thailand’s logistics business,…

July 20, 2018: Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT), the largest terminal operator in Thailand, recently welcomed nearly thirty participants from the Japanese Chamber of Commerce (JCC) led by Mr. Hajime Miyabe, Head of Transportation Group, Japanese Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok. The group visited HPT’s C1C2 Terminal and participates were presented with Hutchison Ports business group and…

On July 16 -18, 2018 Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed nearly forty participants from Hutchison Ports Holdings’ (HPH) Operations and Engineering Department. The group visited HPT to learn more about the new remote-control technology that’s being employed and into the operations of the container terminal at Laem Chabang Port, Terminal D. The new technology is…

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) along with Mr. Stephen Ashworth, Managing Director, recently welcomed nearly 35 participants from the Belt and Road Pioneer Student Group out of Hong Kong, led by Dr. Wilson Chan. During this visit, participates were presented with Hutchison Ports Business Group’s and HPT’s overview of Thailand’s logistics business. They were also given…

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed more than one hundred participants from the Port Authority of Thailand’s (PAT’s) Ship and Cargo Operations Department of Bangkok Port who visited HPT’s C1C2 Terminal to view the enhanced performance and new technologies on display. During this visit, participates were presented with Hutchison Ports Business Group’s and HPT’s overview of…

On 2 Jul 2018, Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed the M.V. MOL GLOBE to Terminal D at Laem Chabang Port. The vessel is among the first to call at the new Terminal D and the vessel was met with new remote-controlled quay cranes (RCQC) and remote-controlled rubber tyred gantry cranes (RCRTGC) that HPT used to…

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed the first vessel to ever call Terminal D at Laem Chabang Port. HPT’s new Terminal D played host to Ocean Network Express’ (ONE’s) M.V. MOL GRANDEUR. The vessel was met by delegates of Terminal D in the afternoon of 18 June, and the vessel departed Laem Chabang Port one…

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed Ocean Network Express ‘ first container vessel at Laem Chabang Port. ONE’s MV ONE COMMITMENT berthed Hutchison Ports Thailand’s C1C2 Terminal on May 17th and departed on May 18th , 2018. ONE is a new global carrier that was formed following the joint venture between Japanese top carriers NYK,…

Hutchison Ports Thailand recently held an event to celebrate the Thai Customs Department selecting their A3 terminal to be the pilot terminal for the launch of the Customs Pre Arrival Processing System for full import containers The Pre-Arrival Processing System has been accepted by the World Trade Organization and World Customs Organization and provides a…

At a recent media briefing, Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) introduced their new US$600 million Terminal D facility at Laem Chabang Port (LCB). Upon completion of all phases, Terminal D will be the largest and most advanced deep sea container terminal in Thailand. One of the most notable features of the new terminal is that it…

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