Ports & Terminals
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THROUGHOUT THE DISRUPTIONS OF THE LAST YEAR, OUR PORTS AND TERMINALS HAVE MAINTAINED A STRONG OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE, PARTICULARLY IN OUR EQUIPMENT UP-TIME WHERE WE ARE IN THE 99TH PERCENTILE
Over the past year, we have completed the rebuild of our Vancouver terminal, continued to expand our Callao terminal and construction started in Senegal at the Port of Ndayane. We also successfully closed the proof of concept for Boxbay high-bay storage system and selected its primary location. Meanwhile, operations have gone from strength to strength at new sites such as Luanda, achieving significant milestones in the first full year of operations.
We continue to streamline operations, lower costs, and reduce environmental impact for businesses and their customers by improving safety and efficiency at our ports.
This year, we announced our five-year decarbonisation plan and there has been a renewed focus on leveraging electrification opportunities, particularly electric terminal tractors and RTG (rubber-tired gantry cranes). More green electricity is being used at our ports and terminals operations, with almost a fifth of electricity now coming from green sources.
The strong relationships we have built with our key customers continue, with long-term partnerships signed across our portfolio, such as the UK, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and India. These renewed connections are a testament to the confidence our customers have in us and our competitive advantage.