Well established port infrastructure and Strategic location with superb connectivity
Hong Kong Port comprises the Kwai Tsing Container Terminals with nine terminals run by five experienced private-sector operators and a variety of cargo handling facilities, including the River Trade Terminal, anchorages and other private berths.
Situated on the Far East trade routes at the centre of the fast-developing Asia-Pacific Basin, Hong Kong Port is a preferred hub port in the region. Located at the gateway of South China, Hong Kong Port attracts a large number of cargos to and from South China by land or river every day.
The Hong Kong Port provides frequent and comprehensive liner shipping services with about 320 container liner services per week connecting to around 470 destinations worldwide. China’s Belt and Road Initiative covers some 70 countries. Hong Kong Port has cargo movements to and from about 48 of them.
As one of the busiest ports in the world, 1Hong Kong Port has the capacity to handle some 67 000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) of containers on average per day. In 2017, it handled nearly 20.8 million TEUs.
Connected to the world with world-class international airport
Hong Kong is connected to the world and the Mainland China hinterland by a world-class international airport, a container terminal renowned for its efficiency and extensive land crossings. The well-developed multi-modal transport network gives the logistics industry flexibility in moving goods from one corner of the world to another. More and more companies are setting up regional distribution centres in Hong Kong to take advantage of the well-developed and interconnected air, sea and road transportation modes. Hong Kong’s security, transparency, efficiency, speed and connectivity allow logistics service providers to pick goods of different types and models according to the needs of individual shops, carry out value added procedures and ship them out efficiently so that stock of the retail network could be replenished in a just-enough and just-in-time manner.
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) hosts over 100 airlines operating more than 1 100 flights per day, with regular and direct services to about 220 destinations worldwide, including some 50 destinations in Mainland China. It has been the world’s busiest airport for international cargo since 1996.