• 31.12.2014

    The expansion works of Tangjin Expressway (Tianjin North Section) from dual 2-lane to dual 3-lane was completed, enabling handling of up to 92,000 vehicles per day.

  • 18.12.2014

    Hip Hing Construction Company Limited was awarded a HK$2.2 billion contract to build the Xiqu Centre in the West Kowloon Cultural District, which upon completion would become the first major leisure and recreational facility at the West Kowloon Cultural District.

  • 11.12.2014

    NWS Holdings published its first standalone Sustainability Report.

  • 07.11.2014

    Sky Shilla Duty Free Limited, a joint venture of NWS Holdings, won a five-year concession contract to operate a duty free concession at the Macau International Airport with effect from November.

  • 04.11.2014

    Hip Hing Construction Company Limited was awarded a HK$1.2 billion contract to build the Phase 2 Expansion of Cathay Pacific Catering Services Facility and a HK$1.9 billion contract to construct a hotel located at KIL No. 11205 in Kowloon.

  • 01.07.2014

    William Doo Jr, Executive Director of NWS Holdings, has been re-designated as a non executive director.

  • 16.05.2014

    NWS Holdings announced that its joint venture Sino-French Holdings (Hong Kong) Limited had entered into an agreement with Nam Kwong Development (H.K.) Limited to sell 90% of the issued share capital in Sino-French Energy Development Company Limited ("SFED") and the shareholder loan owed by SFED, at the aggregate cash consideration of US$612 million (equivalent to HK$4,755.24 million). SFED holds approximately 42.2% shareholding in Companhia de Electricidade de Macau – CEM, S.A. ("Macau Power"). NWS Holdings shared a gain of HK$1.5 billion from the disposal of approximately 17% effective interest in Macau Power.

  • 01.04.2014

    NWFF received the extension of licenses from Transport Department for the operation of ferry services plying between Central and Mui Wo, between North Point and Hung Hom together with North Point and Kowloon City with effect from 1 April. The routes of plying between Central and Cheung Chau, as well as Inter-islands (plying between Peng Chau, Mui Wo, Chi Ma Wan, and Cheung Chau) took effect from 1 July.

  • 16.01.2014

    Sino French Water, through its joint venture company, signed a contract with two partners in Mainland China to jointly operate the sludge drying project in Yangzhou under a new joint venture named Yangzhou Sino French Environment Company Limited.

  • 10.01.2014

    The groundbreaking ceremony of the Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital took place on 10 January.