Updated at 2.49pm: A team of Hong Kong officials left on Tuesday for a five-day visit to Jiangxi Province in an effort to foster greater co-operation with the mainland, a government spokesman said on Tuesday. The team?s goals include gaining a better understanding of the province and developing closer relations with the Jiangxi government. They also want to enhance co-operation within the Pan-Pearl River Delta (PPRD) region. The team of government officials was led by the Deputy-Secretary for Constitutional Affairs Grace Lui Kit-yuk, the spokesman said. The delegation comprised representatives from the Constitutional Affairs Bureau, Trade and Industry Department, Invest Hong Kong, Labour Department, Planning Department and the Hong Kong government office in Beijing. There was also a Trade Development Council representative. Economic and Trade Commission director Chen Bing said Guangdong would team up with Hong Kong in March to bring their logistics services to help other areas in the Pan Pearl River Delta. The latest visit was the second by Hong Kong officials to the region in the last two months. The first was to Hainan Province in December last year. The PPRD region includes nine provinces: Fujian, Jiangxi, Hunan, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Sichuan, Guizhou and Yunnan ? and Hong Kong and Macau.