A container ship sails under the Stone Cutters Bridge on its way to the Kwai Tsing Container Terminal in Hong Kong on May 14, 2019. Current restrictions limit the height of cargo ships passing under the Tsing Ma Bridge to 53 metres. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong’s declining container port traffic shows why it should be run more ‘like the subway’, analysts say

  • Declining throughput at Kwai Tsing Container Terminal throws a spotlight on the need for a new private-public partnership to oversee management at the 50-year-old port facility
  • Transshipment business is important to Hong Kong’s future role in maritime professional services such as arbitration, financing and maintenance
Topic |   Hong Kong shipping and logistics

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A container ship sails under the Stone Cutters Bridge on its way to the Kwai Tsing Container Terminal in Hong Kong on May 14, 2019. Current restrictions limit the height of cargo ships passing under the Tsing Ma Bridge to 53 metres. Photo: EPA
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