Logistics ASG officially welcomed the Secretary for Transport and Logistics, Mr Lam Sai-hung and more than 10 members of the Hong Kong Logistics Development Council (LOGSCOUNCIL) to Vietnam for a four-day visit, with a view to introducing Hong Kong’s advantages as an international logistics hub to local political and business communities.
ASG Logistics welcomes the working delegation of the Secretary for Transport and Logistics of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (China)
Mr Lam met with the Deputy Minister of Transport of Vietnam, Mr Le Dinh Tho, in Hanoi today (October 11). They exchanged views on issues of mutual concern and explored business opportunities between Hong Kong and Vietnam. Mr Lam also called on the Chinese Ambassador to Vietnam, Mr Xiong Bo, to brief him on the latest developments of Hong Kong’s logistics industry with the support of the Central Government.
Sharing about their previous visit on October 10, the Hong Kong Logistics Development Council (LOGSCOUNCIL) delegation visited large-scale modern logistics warehouses in Hanoi and surrounding areas, including an exchange trip with representatives of ASG Corporation and ASG’s Off-Cargo Airport Terminal of ASG Logistics Joint Stock Company – Yen Binh Industrial Park, Dong Tien, Pho Yen, Thai Nguyen. Besides visiting the facilities, the delegation also exchanged views with representatives of related enterprises to learn about smart logistics development in Enterprises and Vietnam.
Representatives of ASGL Company introduced facilities and operating procedures
“The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government has been progressively exploring new markets from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the Middle East regions, as well as other countries under the Belt and Road Initiative. Vietnam is the second largest trading partner of Hong Kong among the 10 member states of ASEAN. This time, I am leading a delegation from the LOGSCOUNCIL to visit Vietnam, with the aim of further promoting Hong Kong’s advantages as an international logistics hub and gaining firsthand knowledge of Vietnam’s development in modern logistics. The visit also aims to facilitate industry exchanges between the two places and explore new opportunities for cooperation,” Mr Lam said.
- GOVHK: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202310/11/P2023101100435.htm?fontSize=1
- VCCI: https://bit.ly/Hong-kong-logistics