Ports and Related Services
Environmental and sustainability issues in the supply chain are growing for many around the world. As an integral part of global commerce, the ports industry is finding ways to operate and manage ports more efficiently and effectively in terms of economic, social, as well as environmental development. As the world's leading port network, Hutchison Ports is well-positioned to raise the bar in its operations and remain the preferred partner in the global supply chain.
Key Sustainability Achievements in 2019
  • Formed Group Environmental Committee ("GEC") chaired by senior executives with members from senior management staff.
  • Shore Power mobile units installed at Hutchison Ports Yantian covering 16 berths to facilitate shore power supply to vessels.
  • Hutchison Ports Yantian honoured Best Green Container Terminal by AFLAS Award.
  • Hutchison Ports launched an e-Learning platform for people development.
  • Hutchison Ports Thailand, Hutchison Ports UK, Hutchison Ports Sohar and Hutchison Ports Pakistan rolled out remotecontrol cranes and autonomous tractors which help to improve workplace occupational health and safety.

Key Sustainability Initiatives in 2020
  • Roll out digital ESG reporting system across divisions to improve data efficiency and accuracy.
  • Form a sustainability strategy across the businesses with a five-year carbon reduction plan.
  • Hutchison Ports Thailand to use its first batch of six electric autonomous trucks, reducing Greenhouse Gas (“GHG”) emissions.
  • Expand the usage of remote-control rubber-tyre gantry cranes ("RTGC") at ports in Oman, Pakistan and the UK using electric or lithium ion battery hybrid power to cut down on GHG emissions.
  • Launch a three-year safety training programme to align the safety management system and practices across the businesses.