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Hutchison Port UAE Ras Al Khaimah Container Terminal Project Begins Operation(Supply Chain in China)


Nov 14 2017

Hutchison Port Group Co., Ltd., headquartered in Hong Kong, held the opening ceremony of the Hakim Point Cape Hama Terminal project on the 6th, announcing the signing of an agreement with the UAE Government of the Point, and gaining 25 years of operation rights for the Sakar Port Container Terminal.

In his speech, Saad Kasimi, Chief of the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, said that the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah is committed to building a first-class integrated business, logistics and trade infrastructure to attract investors and entrepreneurs from all over the world. The operation of the Port Ras Al Khaimah Terminal project can help achieve this goal.

Kassimi said in an interview with reporters that the friendly relations between the UAE and China have a long history. "This project is just the beginning. I believe that the friendly relations and economic and trade cooperation between the two sides will be further consolidated and strengthened in the construction of the" Belt and Road ".(Supply Chain in China)

China's consul general in Dubai, Li Lingbing, said that in the context of co-construction of the “Belt and Road”, the two sides have recently achieved a series of cooperation achievements in the field of connectivity and infrastructure construction. And confidence.

Ye Chengzhi, managing director of the Hutchison Port Group, said that Khaimah is located at the gateway to the Gulf, and there is a strong demand for exports of pharmaceuticals, glass, cement and other products. This project will provide enterprises with more convenient and diverse options.

According to the agreement, Hammam Point, Haemao Port has 4 berths with an annual processing capacity of 350,000 TEUs.

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