Connecting South East Asia Through a Network of Strategic Gateways

Hutchison Ports is a leading player in South East Asia’s logistics and transportation landscape. With a network of strategically located ports spanning Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Myanmar, our comprehensive network facilitates seamless cargo movement, capitalizes on the region’s growing trade opportunities, and solidifies our position as a key player in the regional logistics and transportation industry.

Thailand: The Heart of Our South East Asian Operations

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) serves as the heart of our South East Asian operations, with five terminals at Laem Chabang Port acting as a gateway to Asia and the world. Leveraging Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor Development Project, HPT offers integrated air, land, rail and sea connections, making it a crucial logistics and transport hub for the region.

HPT’s strategic advantages include:

Water Access

HPT currently operates five terminals at Laem Chabang Port. We connect with numerous river and ocean-going shipping lines that call at our facilities every day.

Road Access

HPT is located within two kilometers of the main highway that links the capital Bangkok to the eastern region of Thailand. Several trucking lines regularly serve the port and the surround facilities.

Air Access

Suvarnabhumi International Airport is located only 120 kilometers from HPT, providing air links for cargo and passengers to destinations worldwide.

Rail Access

The port is served by the State Railway of Thailand with a direct connection to the inland container depot at Lat Krabang.

Expanding Our Reach Across South East Asia

Beyond Thailand, HPT’s extensive network encompasses key locations throughout

South East Asia, further strengthening regional connectivity.


PT Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) is Indonesia’s largest and busiest container terminal, operating in Tanjung Priok Port, Jakarta, to provide premium services through the dedication of its experienced workforce and the application of the latest technology.

Koja Terminal (TPK Koja): Adjacent to JICT, TPK Koja was formed as a result of a cooperation between PT Pelabuhan Indonesia and PT Hutchison Ports Indonesia.


Westports is a major transhipment hub in the Malacca Straits, listed on Bursa Malaysia.


Hutchison Ports SITV: Situated in Cai Mep – Thi Vai, Vung Tau province, South Vietnam, near commercial hinterlands in four provinces, including : Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Duong, Dong Nai and Ba Ria – Vung Tau.


Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa (MITT): A multi-purpose container terminal located at Thilawa, near the mouth of the Yangon River, offering a comprehensive range of port-related services including logistics.

By leveraging our extensive network and strategic locations, Hutchison Ports is well-equipped to provide comprehensive logistics solutions that cater to the diverse needs of businesses operating in South East Asia.We remain committed to our growth alongside our regional partners, further solidifying our position as a leader in the South East Asian logistics and transportation landscape. Moreover, we are dedicated to operating in an environmentally responsible manner, implementing sustainable practices and technologies across our network.