Terminal D embodies much of what Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) has been steadily looking to accomplish over the past few decades at Laem Chabang Port; increasing our presence, and in turn the sustainability of the Port itself. The investment into Terminal D is the collective manifestation of our work and looks to become a beacon for other terminals around the region to emulate.
Construction of Terminals D1, D2 and D3 commenced in 2016. An initial phase of Terminal D comprising 1,000 metres of deep-water berth, 6 super post-panamax quay cranes and 20 supporting yard cranes commenced full operations in October 2019. This initial phase of Terminal D is already handling some of the largest container vessels currently in operation.
When completed, a total of 17 super post panamax quay cranes and 43 rubber tyred gantry cranes, all using remote control technology, will be deployed.
Hutchison Ports Thailand (HPT) is pleased to announce that its Terminal D has been awarded the international certificate for Environmental Management System (ISO14001:2015) in 2020.