Hutchison Ports LCT
Hutchison Ports LCT focuses its efforts and flexibility on operational and commercial processes to provide efficiency in the logistics process to its more than 9,000 clients, tailoring services to their needs.
Hutchison Ports has a direct connection with the main distribution and consumption centers of the country via road or rail, including the Intermodal Logistics Terminal of Hidalgo (TILH). It is the container terminal with the highest development in the management of automated documentary processes. Thanks to its focus on customer service and operational efficiency, Hutchison Ports LCT maintains a record of release and clearance of imported containers of 60% between 2-3 days, therefore avoiding storage payment.
Women and Men of great experience committed to maximizing day to day customer satisfaction, linked with the state-of-the-art port equipment and online applications that allow tracking of customer’s cargo in real time.
In Hutchison Ports LCT you can find differentiated services for your goods, such as:
- 400 positions for a previous inspection service of the merchandise. (Offering the service the next day).
- Pre-programming of electronic previous inspections service (allowing the customer perform this service a day prior to the container’s arrival to the port).
- Indoor Previous Inspections: 150 positions. (Completing the service regardless of weather conditions).
- VIP Previous Inspections (Premium Zone with A/C for 4 containers).
- 5,000 m² of roofed warehouse to offer expedited clearance in LCL loads.
- 4 refrigerated chambers (SAGARPA laboratories inside the terminal).
- Labeling/ Tagging / Palletizing / Tied
- Hazardous cargo handling (IMO).
- Overweight and oversized load management.
Lázaro Cárdenas is the only port in Mexico with 18.00 meters of depth in its access channel and 16.50 meters deep in the main turning basin. It is also the only protected port that can receive vessels of up to 165 thousand tons of displacement and containerships of a modern generation. It has proximity and extensive connectivity to land transport and railway to the main intermodal terminals in Mexico.