• Infrastructure


    NWS Holdings announced that Wuhan Sino French Waste Water Treatment Co. Ltd., a joint venture with Wuhan Chemical Industry Park, Degremont Water Treatment Systems (Beijing) Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Chemical Industry Park, was established through its joint venture Sino French Water Development Company Limited. The effective interest of NWS Holdings is 21.5%.

  • Infrastructure


    Xiamen Haicang Xinhaida Container Terminals Co., Ltd has live-run with annual handling capacity of one million TEUs.

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    NWS Holdings has been selected as a constituent stock of the Hang Sang Corporate Sustainability Benchmark Index.

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    New World First Holdings Limited, which is 50/50-owned by Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Limited and NWS Holdings, entered into a sale and purchase agreement with Shun Tak – China Travel Shipping Investments Limited to dispose of all shares in New World First Ferry Services (Macau) Limited. The disposal amounted to approximately HK$350 million.

  • Services


    With NWS Holdings as the major shareholder, Newton Resources Ltd (stock code: 1231) was listed on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.

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    NWS Holdings announced the signing of agreement with Widefaith Group Limited for the acquisition of approximately 21.55% effective interest in Hangzhou Ring Road in Zhejiang Province at a consideration of approximately HK$1.769 billion.

  • Infrastructure


    Jiangsu province's first sludge drying unit, a joint project by Sino French Water Development Company Limited, marked the official opening.

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    NWS Holdings announced the acquisition of interest in three water projects in Jiangsu province through its joint venture entity with an attributed total investment amount of approximately RMB300 million. The three water projects, namely Nanjing Golden State Chengbei Waste Water Treatment Plant, Taizhou Golden State Water Plant and Taizhou Golden Harbor Water Plant, were already in operation with a concession period of 30 years.