The company Hutchinson Ports LCT celebrates 18 years in this port area, so the Integral Port Administration of Lázaro Cárdenas is pleased that this company placed its trust to create this project that currently operates the Specialized Container Terminal I (TEC I) and the Multiple Use Terminal III.
In 2003, the Hutchinson Ports group signed a contract for the partial transfer of rights to operate the existing terminal in the port of Lázaro Cárdenas. Through TEC I, throughout these years it has been in charge of the leading role of Lázaro Cárdenas as a link between Asia and North America.
The first stage included 600 linear meters of quay, 4 quay cranes (Superpostpanamax) and 12 yard cranes.
In September 2014, the second phase of this terminal was inaugurated, which consists of 330 more linear meters of dock, 7 (Superpostpanamax) cranes and 18 yard cranes.
The terminal has offered an agile, productive, high-capacity gateway to global trade, currently it has 102 hectares of yards and warehouses, nine super post panamax cranes, 28 RTG cranes, 930 meters of dock, 3 dock positions. berthing and a natural draft of 16 meters where the terminal receives ships of more than 13,500 TEUs.
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