CK Hutchison Egyptian investment reaches $1.5 billion with latest project


CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd’s port unit has announced it would invest about $700 million in two major Egyptian ports.

The move will bring its total investment in the country to more than $1.5 billion.

According to Reuters, Hutchison Ports will invest in the development of a new container terminal in the Red Sea port of Ain Sokhna, and in B100, a new container terminal in the Mediterranean Port of Alexandria.

In a separate statement, Cosco Shipping Ports Limited said it would invest 25 per cent in the Sokhna New Container Terminal – a new terminal built by the Egyptian government.

The operating period for the project is 30 years and the total investment is about $375 million, according to CK Hutchison Holdings.

The terminal’s throughput capacity after completion will reach 1.7 million TEU.

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This announcement comes the same week that Chinese state-owned conglomerates, China Merchants Group and China Cosco Shipping Corp., expressed interest in PSA International Pte’s minority stake in Hong Kong’s CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.

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