Hong Kong’s international container terminal, seen here on March 7, 2021, could follow in the footsteps of other global ports by implementing smart technology. Photo: SCMP
Hong Kong’s international container terminal, seen here on March 7, 2021, could follow in the footsteps of other global ports by implementing smart technology. Photo: SCMP
Wai-Hong Tang
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Wai-Hong Tang and Neville Lai

To remain a key player in global logistics, Hong Kong must adapt and cooperate with neighbours

  • Despite supply chain chaos, geopolitical tensions and rising competition, Hong Kong can still thrive in an evolving regional economy
  • Improving infrastructure connectivity and adopting smart technology can help the city hold onto its position as a leading trade and finance hub

Hong Kong’s international container terminal, seen here on March 7, 2021, could follow in the footsteps of other global ports by implementing smart technology. Photo: SCMP
Hong Kong’s international container terminal, seen here on March 7, 2021, could follow in the footsteps of other global ports by implementing smart technology. Photo: SCMP
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