Committees

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Maritime and Port Development Committee

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The Maritime and Port Development Committee is established under the HKMPB to

  • devise strategies and measures to develop Hong Kong into a maritime services hub and sustain the competitiveness of the Hong Kong Port;
  • conduct and coordinate policy research and market studies to identify development opportunities for the maritime and port industries;
  • provide a platform for different sectors of the maritime and port industries to make concerted efforts on matters relating to the development of these industries in Hong Kong; and
  • carry out tasks relating to (a), (b) or (c) above and agreed by the Board.

Membership of Maritime and Port Development Committee

Chairman

Mr Bjorn HOJGAARD (being Chairman of Hong Kong Shipowners Association)

Members

Mr Angad BANGA

Mr Patrick FONG

Mr Kenneth LAM

Miss Rosita LAU

Mr Timothy LEE

Mr Clarence LEUNG

Mr LI Lian-jun

Mr Lawrence SHUM

The Honourable Frankie YICK

Ms Jessie CHUNG (Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association)

Mr Roberto GIANNETTA (Hong Kong Liner Shipping Association)

Dr Byron LEE (Hong Kong Sea Transport and Logistics Association)

Mr Sunny HO (Hong Kong Shippers' Council)

Mr Simon CHENG (Institute of Seatransport)

Mrs Carrie YAU (Vocational Training Council)

Ms Carol YUEN (Director of Marine, Marine Department)

Mr Benjamin WONG (Head, Transport and Industrial, InvestHK)

Promotion and External Relations Committee

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The Promotion and External Relations Committee is established under the HKMPB to

  • formulate strategies and measures to promote Hong Kong as an international maritime centre and a major port, and oversee their implementation;
  • initiate and conduct promotion and marketing activities;
  • engage the maritime and port industries in concerted promotion efforts; and
  • carry out tasks relating to (a), (b) or (c) above and agreed by the Board.

Membership of Promotion and External Relations Committee

Chairman

Ms Agnes CHOI

Members

Mr Angad BANGA

Mr Wellington KOO

Miss Rosita LAU

Mr Timothy LEE

Mr LI Lian-jun

Mr Ryan CHAN (Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association)

Mrs Regina LAI (Hong Kong Trade Development Council)

Mr Roberto GIANNETTA (Hong Kong Liner Shipping Association)

Mr Sunny HO (Hong Kong Shippers' Council)

Mr Matthew McAFEE (Hong Kong Shipowners Association)

Mr Simon CHENG (Institute of Seatransport)

Mr S F WONG (Deputy Director of Marine, Marine Department)

Mr Benjamin WONG (Head, Transport and Industrial, InvestHK)

Co-opted Members

Miss Pel LEE

Mr Edward LIU

Ms Tabitha LOGAN

Manpower Development Committee

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The Manpower Development Committee is established under the HKMPB to

  • monitor the supply and demand of maritime and port manpower and formulate manpower strategies, initiatives and programmes to support Hong Kong's maritime and port development;
  • steer and undertake studies and surveys related to maritime manpower development;
  • advise on and oversee the implementation of the maritime-related schemes under the Maritime and Aviation Training Fund; and
  • carry out tasks relating to (a), (b) or (c) above and agreed by the Board.

Membership of Manpower Development Committee

Chairman

Mr Willy LIN (being Chairman of Hong Kong Shippers’ Council)

Members

Ms Veronica FUNG

Mr Wellington KOO

Miss Rosita LAU

Mr LI Lian-jun

Dr Byron LEE (Hong Kong Sea Transport and Logistics Association)

Ms Jessie CHUNG (Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association)

Mr Roberto GIANNETTA (Hong Kong Liner Shipping Association)

Mr Kishore RAJVANSHY (Hong Kong Shipowners Association)

Mr Simon CHENG (Institute of Seatransport)

Mrs Carrie YAU (Vocational Training Council)

Ms Carol YUEN (Director of Marine, Marine Department)

Mr Benjamin WONG (Head, Transport and Industrial, InvestHK)

Co-opted Members

Mr CHEUNG Sai-teng

Mr Marso LAW

Dr YIP Tsz-leung

Ir Dr Eugene WONG Yin-cheung (Hong Kong Institution of Engineers)