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Mark Whitehead hands over the reins at Hactl

Mark Whitehead, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals  Limited (Hactl) will retire on March 7thafter nearly 8 years at the helm. Whitehead’s place will be taken by Wilson Kwong.

Kwong is currently the Chief Executive of Jardine Engineering Corporation (JEC). He joined the Jardine Matheson Group in 1998, and has worked in Jardine Aviation Services, the Jardine Matheson Head Office, and Hongkong Land. Prior to joining JEC, he was Chief Executive Officer of Raffles Quay Asset Management, a Hongkong Land joint venture company overseeing One Raffles Quay and Marina Bay Financial Centre in Singapore.

Says Whitehead: “I welcome Wilson to Hactl, and I am confident that Hactl will flourish under his proven leadership. He will be supported by our unique team, and I wish them all the best.”

Under Whitehead’s leadership, Hactl continued its investment and modernisation programmes, achieved many “firsts” in the industry and won a host of industry awards. The company handles over 100 airlines and more than 1.8 million tonnes of cargo (2017).

Whitehead also led Hactl to become the largest freighter ramp handler in Hong Kong. Its value-added logistics subsidiary, Hacis, has undergone significant investment and expansion and will continue to grow as a well-respected player in cross-border trucking.

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