Feature, Freight News, Sea

Felixstowe goes green

[ September 17, 2015   //   ]

The Port of Felixstowe is creating an environmental corridor as part of the Go Green campaign launched by Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) and a number of other global port operators. Refurbishment of a system of dykes in the port will include the improvement of habitats for wildlife as well as planting a mixture of trees, grasses and wild flowers. The Go Green project has been launched by HPH in conjunction with DP World, APM Terminals, PSA International, Shanghai International Port Group and the Port of Rotterdam Authority in the first ever joint industry initiative of this magnitude. 

Felixstowe Goes Green small

Mark Seaman (left), finance director, and Robert Page, head of human resources, at the Port of Felixstowe plant a tree to launch the Go Green initiative at the port