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Trinity Wins Top Award
27th June 2006

The Port of Felixstowe’s Trinity Terminal has been named “Freight Facility of the Year” at the annual IFW Freighting Industry Awards

Trinity Container Terminal is the largest container handling facility in the UK. It has the longest continuous quay at 2,354m and serves some of the largest container ships currently afloat. It has seven deep-water berths, is equipped with 25 ship-to-shore gantry cranes, and at 131.6 hectares overall, has a stacking capacity of 66,237 TEU.

Commenting on the 2006 Award Ceremony held at the Honourable Artillery Company grounds in London, Chris Lewis, Chief Executive Officer of Hutchison Ports (UK) Limited, owner of the Port of Felixstowe commented:

“We are extremely pleased to have been recognised by the Industry and to be given this award. We are very proud of Trinity Terminal, and to our dedicated employees for the role they play in keeping the UK economy running smoothly. The demand for goods in the UK is increasing at a very steady rate, and it is important that facilities such as Trinity Terminal are able to keep up with the pace”

The award was collected by Trinity Terminal Manager Alistair Campbell.

International Freighting Weekly (IFW) has a 30 year pedigree as Europe's leading weekly publication covering all aspects of the commercial transport chain. The IFW Freighting Industry Awards, are established as the premier international accolade for each sector of the freighting industry.

ENDS

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For further information, or a photograph, please contact Rachael Jackson, Corporate Affairs Officer, on Tel. No: +44 (0)1394 604167, Fax No: +44 (0)1394 604943 or E-mail: jacksonr@hpuk.co.uk


Port of Felixstowe (PFL) is the largest container port in the UK, and one of the largest in Europe. PFL is a member of the Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) Group, a subsidiary of the multinational conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa Limited (HWL). HPH is the world's leading port investor, developer and operator, with interests in 20 countries throughout Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the Americas. Today, HPH operates a total of 247 berths in 42 ports, together with a number of transportation-related service companies. With industry-recognised core competence in the effective and efficient management and operation of ports, the HPH Group handled 51.8 million TEU in 2005.

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