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As a representative of Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT), Mr. Anat Machima, Chief Operating Officer recently welcomed Council of State, Marine Department, and executives of Laem Chabang Port to Terminal D. The 50 visitors were presented with HPT’s business approach as well as a demonstration of the latest remote-controlled port equipment.

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) has reaffirmed its commitment to help protect the environment after being awarded the ISO14001:2015 certification for Terminal D.  ISO14001:2015 is an approved standard for environmental management systems for an organization that is able to manage its environmental resources, while developing and expanding its business.  Terminal D is HPT’s pioneering terminal for the ISO14001 standards…

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By anyone’s standards, 2020 was a most unusual and challenging year. Yet, in the face of economic and business uncertainty and constant worries about how the new strain of coronavirus could impact our health and wellbeing, at Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) we did still manage to meet several notable milestones. What happened to container handling…

On 9 December 2020, HPT’s employees held an event to celebrate the handling of its 30 millionth TEU of containers since the commencement of operations in 2002. Mr. Stephen Ashworth, Managing Director, Thailand & South East Asia, congratulated all the employees for reaching this significant milestone and took the opportunity to thank HPT’s customers, the…

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently held a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity dubbed ‘Dock School 2020’ at Ban Som School, Chonburi province, Thailand. The activity was aimed at granting scholarships and improving the facilities of the school. During Dock School 2020, Mr. Stephen Ashworth, Managing Director of HPT, and HPT executives granted 30 scholarships to…

As the Managing Director of Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) and with the help and advice of my management team, I need to ensure that our terminal is always operating efficiently and effectively. Nowadays, ports like Laem Chabang, where we currently operate five terminals are critical infrastructure assets that serve as catalysts for economic growth and…

November 10th, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed 63 students and faculty from Loei Rajabhat University, logistics and supply chain majors to a presentation of export business and Terminal D management. The presentation was aimed at providing port business knowledge to the participants.

October 28th, 2020; Mr. Anat Machima, Senior Operations Manager of Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) was honored to attend the Faculty of International Maritime Studies, Kasetsart University, Sriracha Campus to join a lecture as a special guest speaker on the topic of “Port Efficiency Management.” The lecture was part of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between…

“October 15th, 2020; Mr. Stephen Ashworth, Managing Director of Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) was honored to attend the Faculty of International Maritime Studies, Kasetsart University, Sriracha Campus to join a lecture as special guest on the topic of “Port Sustainability Management.” The lecture was joined by over 70 attendees, including teachers and students, and this CSR activity was part…

On September 29th, 2020, Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) organized an event to celebrate the end of a programme to instill the UNITY behaviours and core values into the day-to-day working lives of its employees. During the event, Mr. Stephen Ashworth, Managing Director of HPT congratulated everybody on this significant milestone and presented miniature UNITY flags…

September 1st, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT), together with Laem Chabang Port and the Public Relation Department for ports and terminals operators joined for a tree planting activity at Somdet Phra Srinagarindra Park, Laem Chabang Port. The CSR activity was aimed to create more green space and help reduce prolution inside the Port area.

August 19th, 2020; Hutchison Ports (Thailand) Limited and Faculty of International Maritime Studies, Kasetsart University, Sriracha Campus joined together for a signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) at Hutchison Port Thailand’s Visitors Centre, Terminal D, Laem Chabang Port. . The signing ceremony was held to improve the educational quality for the students and…

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed the ultra large container vessel, MSC MINA, to Terminal D at Laem Chabang Port. The MSC MINA is by far the largest ever container vessel to call Thailand, and at 399.7 m length overall with a total gross tonnage of 228,741 tons and capacity of 23,656 TEUs, it is…

The COVID-19 crisis has proven to be a voyage into the unknown, requiring all of us to reinvent how we live and work every day.  Here at Hutchison Ports Thailand  we have made a steadfast job of keeping our terminals open 24/7 at this critical time, which has largely been the result of our dedicated…

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed MSC ISTANBUL, a container vessel belonging to Mediterranean Shipping (Thailand) Co., Ltd., on her first call at Terminal D, Laem Chabang Port. MSC ISTANBUL berthed at HPT’s most advanced terminal with 399 meters of length. She has the capacity of 16,652 TEUs with 176,490 of maximum gross tons, which…

June 25th, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT), Led by Mr. Stephen Ashworth, Managing Director, along with executives and staff of HPT, together with executives of Laem Chabang Port held the “Go Green Port 2020” environmental activity to honor King Rama the 10th. The CSR activity involved the planting of over 200 yellow trumpet bushes, received…

June 16th, 2020: Thai Laem Chabang Terminal Co., Ltd. (TLT), a subsidiary of Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) group, welcomed the SEACON VICTORY  vessel, representing Best Shipping Co., Ltd., which delivered the first batch of autonomous trains for the BTS Gold Line Project at Terminal A2 Laem Chabang Port.

June 5th, 2020; World Environment Day Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) encouraged children of its employees up to the age of 12 to submit drawings under an environmental theme. This was all part of HPT’s recently launched “Go Green” project with more than 35 children joining this activity. The objective of this activity was to cultivate environmental…

May 28th, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) are raising environmental awareness whilst moving towards becoming a Green Port with the “HPT GO Green” project. The main objective of the project is to help reduce global warming causes, by following steps such as eliminating paper documents and swapping to an electronic system, reducing plastic and foam…

Hutchison Ports Thailand Are Driving Towards an Environmental Future with the Trial Program of Autonomous TrucksHutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) rose against obstacles and boldly marched forward with an Autonomous Q-Trucks test run. /////////////////บริษัท ฮัทชิสัน พอร์ท ประเทศไทย (HPT) เดินหน้าริเริ่มโครงการทดสอบใช้งานเทคโนโลยีล้ำสมัยอย่าง รถหัวลากอัตโนมัติ (Autonomous Q-Truck) เพื่อรักษาสภาพแวดล้อม และสร้างอนาคตที่เปี่ยมด้วยประสิทธิภาพPosted by Hutchison Ports Thailand on Sunday, 24 May 2020

On Friday, May 15, 2020 Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) made a donation to support the construction of air flow ducting systems for 2 COVID-19 wards. The 2 wards are for the treatment of patients infected with COVID-19 The donation was made by Stephen Ashworth, Managing Director and Management of HPT to the Director of Laemchabang…

April 26th, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand’s Terminal D took a major step to becoming a “smart” terminal when it welcomed the arrival of 6 autonomous trucks for a period of testing. The trucks are equipped with a smart operating system and are fully powered by electricity which, in addition, will also help the terminal to…

Hutchison Ports Thailand is pleased to announce that its terminals located at the nation’s main gateway port of Laem Chabang are operating normally. At this critical time, our dedicated and hard working colleagues will continue to work around the clock to help ensure that critical goods arriving and leaving Thailand will continue to reach their…

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According to the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic, given the increased preventive measures in many areas. The public are advised to follow information from Port Authority of Thailand and TICTA. 1.มาตรการและคำแนะนำการป้องกันเชื้อไวรัสโคโรนา-2019-COVID-19Download 2.TICTA_COVID-19Download 3.ประกาศการทลฉ-12-กพ.Download

Feb 24th, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed the 34th out of 35 shipments of MRT Blue Line’s train carriages at Terminal D. The three train carriages were accurately discharged from the Yang Ming vessel, M.V. YM WISDOM, using the latest remote-controlled quay cranes, which were safely operated by HPT’s expert staff.

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently held an internal event which focused on promoting UNITY core values and behaviours. During the event, Mr. Sakol Tojumroen, HPT’s Chief Operating Officer along with the HPT management team explained the importance of UNITY to the company’s employees. Now, HPT is on the “Commit and Inspire” phase of the UNITY…

February 4th, 2020, Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed 55 participants from the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Management Science, Kasetsart University Chalermphrakiat Sakon-Nakhon Campus for a presentation which focused on port management, and an overview of the Group’s Hutchison Ports Thailand.

January 29th, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed 70 participants from the Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) to Terminal D for a presentation. The participants were presented with an overview of Thailand’s logistics business by HPT and a demonstration of container operation with the latest remote controlled technology. The goal of this presentation was…

January 28th, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed 60 participants from Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Phranakhon Rajabhat University for a presentation, which focused on port management. The presentation was aimed at educating an effective management techniques and skills, in hopes that the participants would be able to apply such knowledge to their…

January 13th, 2020; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed 15 MBA students from the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, which is located in Williamsburg, USA to the Visitors Centre, Terminal D. The participants were given an overview of Thailand’s logistics business, before they joined a presentation of container operation with the latest remote-controlled technology.

January 4, 2020: At Hutchison Ports Thailand’s Terminal D, three train bogeys destined for Bangkok’s MRT Blue Line were discharged from the vessel M.V. BASLE EXPRESS. The bogeys were handled swiftly and safely by remote-controlled ship-to-shore cranes equipped with special handling equipment. To date, Terminal D has handled 84 train bogeys for the MRT Blue…

December 9th, 2019; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT), the largest terminal operator in Thailand, recently welcomed twenty terminal tractor heads and chassis. The terminal tractor heads will be operated inside Terminal D, Laem Chabang Port. This latest investment reflects HPT’s concern towards their staff being able to work with quality equipment. The investment is also part…

The objective of this meeting, which was held at terminal C1C2, Laem Chabang Port was to provide company goals to target, along with giving management and staff opportunity to share opinions on various issues and to interact with each other, in order to have a better understanding of some of the issues surrounding their day-to-day…

The Push The world’s continuing need to grow and develop economically has, without a doubt, had an adverse impact on our environment. The current global focus on finding ways to minimise our combined carbon footprint in order to develop in a sustainable way, reflects just how critical this challenge has become for all of us….

Hutchison Ports (Thailand) Limited will launch an e-Tax Invoice and e-Receipt Service, starting from January 1, 2020. Our valued customers can request the e-Tax Invoice and e-Receipt service (แบบหนังสือตอบรับการขอรับเอกสาร) document via e-mail bc@hutchisonports.co.th Please feel free to contact the Finance Department at: Tel 038-408700 ext.1331, 1334 or e-mail bc@hutchisonports.co.th

27 November 2019 Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) opened its new Visitors Centre at Terminal D, Laem Chabang Port. The centre showcases the key features and operational capabilities of Terminal D’s remote control quay and rubber tyred gantry cranes. In addition, the new interactive touch screens will allow the visitor to follow the history of HPT’s…

On 15 November 2019: HPT held a Dock School event under the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme. The event brightens the lives of children by improving their school facilities, and sponsored scholarships at the Bansom School in Tambon Klong Kiew, Ban Bueng district of Chonburi province.

On 14 November 2019, Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed 20 participants from The Institute of Civil Engineers Hong Kong Association Graduates & Students Division. HPT provided a presentation on port construction, our advanced technologies, and the latest remote-control operations for its ship-to-shore cranes and yard cranes.

Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) recently welcomed 80 participants from Ubon Ratchathani University of Business Administration (Business Management) for a presentation which focused on port management and the latest remote-control operational technology. This presentation was aimed at educating participants on effective management techniques and skills, in hopes that the participants would be able to apply such…

On October 17, 2019 our Managing Director, Mr. Stephen Ashworth, was invited to participate as a panelist at the Lloyd’s List Asia Trade Outlook Forum in Singapore on the question of how ongoing changes to the structure of supply chains will impact trading flows in Asia. The panelists highlighted a number of upcoming challenges for…

October 16, 2019: Mr. Pipoauh Poomkaewkra was recently invited as a guest speaker to emphasize the “UNITY” core value of Hutchison Ports and Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT). And to educate the meaning and benefits of “UNITY” as well as to urge the 17 of UNITY behaviours which leads to the creation of new organizational innovation…

October 4th, 2019; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed students and faculty of teachers from the Faculty of Science and Technology (Logistics Management), Bangkok Suvarnabhumi University. During the visit, footages of container operations with the latest remote-control technology were presented to the group.

September 26th, 2019; Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed students and faculty of teachers from the Faculty of Management Science Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University. During the visit, a container operation with the latest remote-control technology were presented to the group. This eye-opening visit set the foundation for the students’ future career path.

“GO GREEN” Joint Environmental Initiative September 17th, 2019; ‘Go Green’ in Thailand is the joint environmental initiative between Hutchison Ports Thailand, DP World, and PSA International – three of the largest port operators in Laemchabang Port. The programme aims to promote environmental awareness, improve the environment, upgrade local green spaces and make a sustainable environment…

7 September 2019: Mr. Stephen Ashworth, Managing Director and senior executives of Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed Mr. Atirat Rattanaset, Deputy Minister of Transport, Lt.J.G. Kamolsak Proomprayoon, Director General of the Port Authority of Thailand and their respective delegations to Terminal D. During the visit, the delegation witnessed the operation of Terminal D’s remote control…

September 4, 2019: Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) welcomed 20 delegations from the Port of Osaka. The participants were presented an overview of Thailand’s logistics business and the container operation with the latest remote-controlled technology.

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