Meeting Customers’ Demands – Planning Port Development in Yantian, China

07 MAR 2000 (TUE) | 19:00-20:00

Room 222, Hui Oi Chow Science Building, The University of Hong Kong.


Mr Kenneth Tse Director and General Manager Yantian International Container  Terminals Ltd

In 1992, Kenneth Tse joined HIT as senior project manager, bringing to the port industry over 20 years of work experience in marketing, human resources, consultancy and general management.

Educated as an economist at the University of Hong Kong, he worked in various capacities in the Swire Group, Citibank and became Wilson Learning’s first Managing Director for Asia Pacific.

He also managed its business development in Australia and New Zealand for three years.

In HIT, his initial assignment was a major change project in HIT – designing new work practices for the operation to cater for growth in productivity. He achieved significant breakthroughs in changing working patterns at the Hong Kong waterfront.

He was appointed to the position of General Manager of Yantian International Container

Terminals Ltd in November 1993. Since operations, Yantian International Container Terminals

Ltd has grown fast and is now the pre-dominant port in Shenzhen, having attracted the world’s largest shipping lines to call the port and introduced various innovative approaches to port marketing and quality service.

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