AD Ports Group and Hutchison Ports Ink MOU

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AD Ports Group, the leading facilitator of trade, logistics, and industry in Abu Dhabi, has announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hutchison Ports, the world’s leading port investor, developer and operator.

As per the MoU, AD Ports and Hutchison Ports will identify joint investment and business opportunities related to feedering, logistics, and port activities across the GCC, Africa, and Asia.

Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, Managing Director & Group CEO of Ad Ports Group, said, “AD Ports Group continues to expand its reach around the world, in line with the vision of our leadership, and we offer our thanks for their wise guidance. We are pleased to announce the start of a new collaboration with Hutchison Ports. As a starting point, we will work together to enhance and elevate Tanzania Port’s standing as a world-leading trade hub. AD Ports Group will advance plans to develop and implement an innovative logistics, transportation, and digital port management system, as well as invest in developing new infrastructures, such as logistics centres and new inland container depots around Dar Es Salaam Port.”

Additionally, the two organisations will form a partnership to operate within Tanzania, where they will work closely together to explore opportunities to further enhance the capabilities and market competitiveness of port operations across the East African country, including Dar Es Salaam Port. Potential areas of focus include improving servicing to several of Tanzania’s landlocked, remote areas and neighbouring countries, cultivating more cargo sources, and enhancing existing supporting logistics and cargo processing facilities.

Eric Ip, Managing Director of Hutchison Ports, said, “Having operated in Tanzania since 2001, we are very committed to this market and its great potential. With strong support from local partners and the addition of AD Ports Group, this new partnership will certainly be greater than the sum of its parts. Together, we look forward to working closely with the Tanzania Port Authority to further develop Tanzania International Container Terminal Services as we strive to ensure Dar Es Salaam Port remains the premier gateway to the East African region.”


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