Hutchison Whampoa grows in the first half of 2015

Chinese port operator Hutchison Whampoa grew its container throughput as well as earnings from the group's terminals in the first half of the year.


Hutchison Whampoa, the world's largest port operator, had a good first half of the year.

The Hong Kong-based company managed to grow its throughput of 20-foot containers (teu) by five percent to a total 41.5 million teu handled in the first half of the year.

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