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Chairman Xie Chunlin attends Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference and Delivers a Speech
Date:2019-11-21 Soure:CMES Click:

 

On 20 November, Mr Xie Chunlin, Chairman of CMES, attended the Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference (ALMC) Shipowners Forum 2019 in Hong Kong where he delivered a featured speech. Mr Su Xingang, Board Director of CMES was present in the forum. And Mr Wang Yongxin, President of CMES, Mr Ding Lei, Vice President, and Mr Zhang Baoliang, Senior Consultant, accompanied him to the event.
 
At the ALMC shipowners’ forum, ‘Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Greater Bay Area: Challenges and Opportunities to the Hong Kong Shipping Industry’, Mr Xie delivered a featured speech titled ‘Profit from China’s Development and integrating into the Greater Bay Area Project; To Boost Hong Kong Shipping Hub Status in All Aspects’. Mr Xie assessed the two booming periods in Hong Kong shipping history, from the development of its shipping industry and the accomplishment of China Merchants’ own development. He explained that only through the principle of ‘We rise with the nation and advance with the times’ can we seize every opportunity to promote the progress and success of the enterprise. He believed that for its development, Hong Kong shipping industry should make the most of the constitutional advantages of ‘one country, two systems’, the unique geographical location and the mature legal and financial professional service capabilities. It should affirm its role as a super mediator during the process of promoting China in becoming an international maritime power. By placing itself in the landscape of Greater Bay Area Project and the ‘One Belt, One Road’ – that is, continue to be highly involved in China’s development – Hong Kong shipping industry can assume its own advantages in the economic trend of the Greater Bay Area, and strengthen its comprehensive competitiveness.
 
In the expert roundtable, Mr Su mentioned that in the development of the Greater Bay Area, in addition to leveraging its advantages in the finance system and the rule of law, Hong Kong can also play a more proactive role in maritime talent training and education. He suggested that the Hong Kong shipping industry assimilate the latest international maritime education objectives into the needs of industry practice, hence create a new maritime education and training model. And by extending the Greater Bay Area Project to involve national maritime practitioners, and even to wider regions through the ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative, Hong Kong shipping industry could make contribution to global maritime talent training.
 
The Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference (ALMC) 2019, hosted by the Hong Kong SAR Government and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, is one of the largest one among similar events in Asia. This year’s theme is: ‘Connection and Innovation: A voyage against challenges’. The conference aims at providing a learning, sharing and communicating platform for the industry, which helps expand new business scopes and highlights Hong Kong’s superiority as a regional hub of logistics, shipping and air cargo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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