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  • Price (EUR)0.73
  • Today's Change-0.01 / -1.35%
  • Shares traded5.70k
  • 1 Year change-15.61%
  • Beta0.6325
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About the company

COSCO SHIPPING Ports Limited, formerly COSCO Pacific Limited, is an investment holding company principally engaged in the terminal businesses. Its businesses mainly include the operation of terminals, the handling, transportation and storage of containers, as well as the leasing, management and sales of containers and related businesses. The Company is also engaged in the financing, property investment and Information technology (IT) development and software maintenance businesses, as well as the provision of management, nominee and treasury services through its subsidiaries. The Company's principal subsidiaries include Allgood International Limited and COSCO Container Services Limited.

  • Revenue in HKD (TTM)8.02bn
  • Net income in HKD2.35bn
  • Incorporated1994
  • Employees3.31k
  • Location
    COSCO SHIPPING Ports Ltd49th FloorCOSCO Tower, 183 Queen's Road Central Hong KongHKG
  • Phone+852 28098188
  • Fax+852 29076088
  • Websitehttp://ports.coscoshipping.com
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