Bearthing Schedule

  • ETB - SEP/26/01:00
    Vessel Name - X-PRESS ODYSSEY
  • ETB - SEP/26/01:00
    Vessel Name - MSC ELSA 3
  • ETB - SEP/26/01:00
    Vessel Name - ATHENIAN
  • ETB - SEP/26/01:00
    Vessel Name - GUNVOR MAERSK
  • ETB - SEP/26/04:02
    Vessel Name - ONE MACKINAC
  • ETB - SEP/26/11:15
    Vessel Name - YM EXCELLENCE
  • ETB - SEP/26/18:02
    Vessel Name - COSCO THAILAND
  • ETB - SEP/27/01:00
    Vessel Name - MSC MAKOTO II
  • ETB - SEP/27/01:02
    Vessel Name - CONTI CONQUEST
  • ETB - SEP/27/10:00
    Vessel Name - EUGEN MAERSK
  • ETB - SEP/27/15:02
    Vessel Name - EVER GIVEN
  • ETB - SEP/27/22:00
    Vessel Name - ORNELLA
  • ETB - SEP/28/01:00
    Vessel Name - CMA CGM JULES VERNE
  • ETB - SEP/28/01:00
    Vessel Name - OOCL HAMBURG
  • ETB - SEP/28/01:00
    Vessel Name - HR AARAI
  • ETB - SEP/28/01:02
    Vessel Name - SEATTLE BRIDGE
  • ETB - SEP/28/19:30
    Vessel Name - EM ASTORIA
  • ETB - SEP/29/01:00
    Vessel Name - FSL KELANG
  • ETB - SEP/29/01:00
    Vessel Name - MSC RICCARDA II
  • ETB - SEP/29/01:00
    Vessel Name - WAN HAI 502
  • ETB - SEP/30/01:00
    Vessel Name - GREEN EARTH
  • ETB - SEP/30/01:00
    Vessel Name - MSC TIA II
  • ETB - SEP/30/07:00
    Vessel Name - CMA CGM LOUVRE
  • ETB - SEP/30/13:00
    Vessel Name - W KITHIRA
  • ETB - SEP/30/15:00
  • ETB - OCT/01/01:00
    Vessel Name - ONE GRUS
  • ETB - OCT/01/01:00
    Vessel Name - MSC SPRING III
  • ETB - OCT/02/01:00
    Vessel Name - APL VANCOUVER
  • ETB - OCT/02/01:00
    Vessel Name - MSC IRENE
  • ETB - OCT/02/01:00
    Vessel Name - MSC POLO II
  • ETB - OCT/02/01:00
    Vessel Name - YM WISH

CMF and CICT fund Sri Lanka’s Wheelchair Tennis Programme with another US$ 35,000

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    CMF and CICT fund Sri Lanka’s Wheelchair Tennis Programme with another US$ 35,000

    Wheelchair Tennis, a sport that has created Paralympians of the calibre of Suresh Ranjan Dharmasena for Sri Lanka, has received a further commitment of support from the China Merchants Foundation (CMF) and Colombo International Container Terminals (CICT) with a donation of US$ 35,000 (Rs 12.9 million at current exchange rates).

    The donation was presented to the Sri Lanka Tennis Association (SLTA) at a ceremony held on 15th September 2022. This donation is part of CICT’s continuing support to the Wheelchair Tennis Programme of the SLTA, in conjunction with the CMF which is the social responsibility arm of CICT’s parent company, China Merchants Group (CMG).

    Commenting on the Company’s close affiliation with wheelchair tennis in Sri Lanka, CICT CEO Mr. Jack Huang said: “It is extremely encouraging and heart-warming to have been able to make a tangible difference in the outlook for the sport in Sri Lanka and in the lives of the competitors. CICT is happy to be a prominent benefactor to this very worthy cause and we look forward to seeing Sri Lanka’s wheelchair tennis rise to even greater heights in the years ahead.”

    CICT has been one of the principal benefactors of Sri Lanka’s Wheelchair Tennis Programme since 2015 and donated US$ 30,000 to the cause in 2021 too. More than Rs 54 million has been donated by CICT in support the programme over the past seven years.

    Additionally, CICT in collaboration with the CMF donated custom-made, professional grade titanium wheelchairs to the value of US$ 9,000 to three internationally-ranked Sri Lankan wheelchair tennis players in 2020. CICT has also funded the refurbishment of two international standard hard surface courts at SLTA to bolster the sport in the country.

    The Wheelchair Tennis Programme was initiated in Sri Lanka in 2003 as a rehabilitation programme for differently-abled soldiers. Currently, Sri Lanka has 13 wheelchair tennis players who have secured international rankings

    CICT’s acceptance of the mantle of main sponsor of the SLTA’s Wheelchair Tennis Programme has enabled Sri Lankan players to participate in many international tournaments, resulting in the country being ranked among the top 40 countries that play wheelchair tennis.

    CICT manages the South Terminal of the Port of Colombo, the first and only operating deep-water terminal in South Asia, which is equipped with facilities to handle the largest vessels afloat. Since its inception in 2014, the terminal has incrementally grown the volume it has handled; from 686,639 teus in 2014, to 1.56 million teus in 2015, 2 million teus in 2016, 2.38 million teus in 2017, 2.67 million teus in 2018, 2.9 million teus in 2019, 2.89 million teus in 2020 and just over 3.2 million teus in 2021.

    CICT is the flagship overseas terminal of China Merchants Port Holdings Company Limited (CMPort). CMPort is the largest and a globally-competitive public port developer, investor and operator in China with investments in Mainland China, Hong Kong and overseas. CMPort has a port network portfolio spanning 50 ports in 26 countries and regions. Guided by the vision "To be a world class comprehensive port service provider” and supported by its domestic, overseas and innovation strategies, CMPort strives to strengthen its core competencies in global throughput, port service and management.