An aerial view of Hong Kong Port at Kwai Tsing. Maritime cargo represents over 90 per cent of Hong Kong’s overall cargo volume. Photo: Roy Issa
Lawrence Leung
Opinion

Opinion

Lawrence Leung

As the trade war intensifies, the maritime industry in Hong Kong must adapt to stay afloat

  • Lawrence Leung and Collin Wong say Hong Kong’s maritime logistics sector will be hard hit by the trade war as the majority of its cargo goes on to the mainland
  • The Hong Kong port should consider implementing a mechanism that allows terminal operators to share berths, cranes and yards

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An aerial view of Hong Kong Port at Kwai Tsing. Maritime cargo represents over 90 per cent of Hong Kong’s overall cargo volume. Photo: Roy Issa
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