Cosco Pacific eyes further overseas terminal investment

Cosco Pacific eyes further overseas terminal investment

Hong Kong: Hong Kong-listed Cosco Pacific is looking for more opportunities for terminal investment, and the company has allocated $1.1bn capital expenditure for the year 2015, Qiu Jinguang, managing director of Cosco Pacific, said in the company’s annual result briefing.

Qiu said the group expects throughput at its terminals to maintain on a stable organic growth path, and the group will seize the opportunities from the central government’s new “One Belt, One Road” Silk Road initiatives to invest in potential new container hubs with a view to expanding its global network.

Cosco Pacific reported a net profit of $292.8m in the year 2014, up 2.3% on 2013 results.

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