Hutchison Ports Holdings, the world’s largest container port operator, has opened a subsidiary, based in Odesa
Thursday, July 26, 2018

Hutchison Ports Holdings, the world’s largest container port operator, has opened a subsidiary, based in Odesa

Hutchison Ports Holdings, the world’s largest container port operator, has opened a subsidiary, based in Odesa, Hutchison Ports Ukraine. Yevhenia Chirikova has been appointed Ukraine head. Hutchison is competing in a tender for a concession to create container port based around Berths 1-6 in Chornomorsk. Last week in Kyiv, Minister Omelyan met with Simon Mulett, Chief Financial Officer of the company and James Pettifer, the financial manager. Later, at a meeting with the USUBC, Omelyan said: “We are fighting hard for the top companies – Hutchison Ports, DP World. We welcome them to come to Ukraine. We will give them the best conditions.”

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