|Oct 18, 2017|
|Oct 18, 2017|
Currency in PHP
|Full time employees:||8,009|
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. engages in developing, acquiring, owning, and operating common-user container terminals for cargo handling and services. It operates through the following geographical segments: Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and Americas. The Asia segment includes Manila International Container Terminal, Bauan Terminal, Bauan, Philippines, Sasa Wharf, Port of Davao and Makar Wharf, Port of General Santos, Philippines. The EMEA segment comprises of Baltic Container Terminal, Gdynia, Poland, Port of Batumi, Batumi, Georgia, Brajdica Container Terminal, Rijeka, Croatia, and Port of Toamasina, Toamasina, Madagascar. The Americas segment consists of Suape Container Terminal, Suape, Brazil, Port of Guayaquil, Guayaquil, Ecuador, Port of La Plata, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, and Port of Manzanillo, Manzanillo, Mexico (CMSA) and Port of Tuxpan, Mexico. The company was founded on December 24, 1987 and is headquartered in Manila, Philippines.
Controlled by Filipino-Spanish businessman Enrique K. Razon, International Container Terminal Services is the Philippines' largest port operator. By the end of 2013, ICTSI was involved in 28 terminal concessions and port development projects in 20 countries. Specifically, these were 23 terminals in seven key ports in the Philippines, two in Indonesia and one each in Brazil, Brunei, China, Croatia, Ecuador, Georgia, Honduras, India, Japan, Madagascar, Mexico, Pakistan, Poland and the U.S.
In 2013, the company had port development projects in Colombia and Argentina; it had also secured three contracts to develop, manage and operate ports in Nigeria, Congo and another one in the Southern Philippine province of Davao. Company officials have said ICTSI would continue to scout projects abroad, especially in emerging markets like the Philippines.
The group prefers managing midsize ports, with total annual throughputs ranging from 50,000 to 2.5 million 20-foot equivalent units (TEUs). Razon, who started working in ports at the age of 18, inherited the business from his father, Enrique Razon Sr. The younger Razon also now controls Bloomberry Resorts, which operates a big casino near Manila Bay.
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- US Dollar
|Income before tax||12,470.85M|
|Dividends per share||2.47|
|Operating cash flow||15,990.11M|
Currency in PHP
|Income before tax||262.61M|
|Dividends per share||0.05|
|Operating cash flow||336.72M|
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- Chairman & President: Enrique Klar Razon
- CFO, Senior VP & Compliance Officer: Rafael Jose dela Cruz Consing
- Chief Information Officer: Hanna M. Lukosavich
- Vice President-Audit & Compliance: Sandy A. Alipio
- Executive Vice President: Martin Lynch O'Neil
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- Capital Research & Management Co. (Global Investors)(6.4%)
- RAZON ENRIQUE KLAR JR(4.0%)
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- The Vanguard Group, Inc.(1.7%)
- Norges Bank Investment Management(1.2%)
- Sureste Realty Corp.(1.1%)
- A. Soriano Corp.(1.0%)
- ICM Investment Management Ltd.(0.9%)
- Capital International, Inc.(0.9%)
- Website: http://www.ictsi.com
- Address: 3F, ICTSI Administration Building, Manila Intl Container Terminal, Manila, 1012, Philippines
- Phone: +188.8.131.5201
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